I'm a senior at a non-target school who happened to be lucky enough to get into a well known (as in top 50) quant hedge fund as an investment analyst. However, my ultimate goal would be to work at a more fundamental investment firm later on in my career and I'm concerned this will get me stuck only in quant. Things I am considering, however, would be doing this for a few years and trying to get a top MBA (would love to hear any advice on this) or trying to go into banking. But seeing as how I'm from a non-target school I think I would end up at a low tier bank. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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