Background: I'm a rising senior at a target school who wants toafter graduation. I offers on the table:
(A): advisory at a Big 4 accounting firm in Seoul.
(B): boutique health policy consulting firm in the U.S.
Wondering whether it is better to go for (A) because of the brand name and hope that I get more interviews during fall recruiting, but also risk U.S. employers looking down on the internship because it was in Asia? Or should I go for a no-name firm in the U.S.?
Problem: I had trouble getting interviews this past junior fall for consulting, so I'm wondering whether an internship in Asia will overall be beneficial or harmful for recruiting... How important is location and brand name in getting interviews?
Any thoughts/advice would be much appreciated :)