I'm a European student that will be starting university (undergrad) this fall in Canada or Europe (Uk or France) and am interested in pursuing a career in the US later on. I have heard it's pretty hard to start a career right after graduating ug if you're not coming from a US school (even if graduating from reasonably good schools abroad, such as UCL, LSE, McGill, and Sciences Po (I know, not so sure about that last one for a career in business outside France).
I grew up in the US and speak pretty much native English so that's not a problem. Considering that college in the US isn't an option, which country would give me the best shot at a career in consulting or IB in the states down the road.
**1.- ** Will studying in Canada be a plus because of geographical proximity and brand recognition?
**2.- ** Does a Canada -> US transfer seem easier / more feasible to you guys than a Europe -> US transfer?
3.- Will applying for a job in the US (not through a transfer) be easier after a few years of work experience in Canada/Europe than right out of undergrad, or do the visa hassles and preference for US schools stay the same?