Im a current high school senior with no time to decide what college to go to for my undergrad degree. Where should I go for my undergrad degree that will help me the best to break into management/strategy consulting? I'm very set on wanting to work for M/B/B right now. I know this will take a lot of work, but it is my goal. I also know that I want a MBA later in life-hopefully.
1 public school
closest to home (transportation easy, don't like that I will know many people, I kind of want to get away)
try to get into Haas my sophomore year
grade deflation-- i've searched it up and classes here seem to be extremely hard to get good grades here
will impact job/internship applications and mba application??^^^
VERYYY competitive (huge con/stress on life factor)
econ major if i don't get into haas
sillicon valley ties to work in tech consulting?
I have pre-admit status so freshman year should be easy
very far from home (should be fun meeting new people) but transportation costs high
already in ross, just have to maintain a 3.0
not as competitive??
grade inflation- the grading scale here seems to be much easier to maintain higher grades
(this will help much more when applying for jobs and grad school??^^^)
will most likley work in the midwest or east coast---> alumni network all on the east coast?
DOUBLE out-of-state tuition
2 public school
still in California but father away (which i like)
biz-econ major, 3.5 GPA requirement and still some recruitment
NOT as competitive (Major pro for me)
Grading scale is easier? still on a bell curve
I don't know where I want to work yet, but I definitely think that I would like to come back to the West Coast later in life. I would be completely set on Ross except for the out-of-state tuition and getting job placements on the east coast. However, Berkeley scares me with its grade deflation and no-haas guarantee.