Alright, I'm weighing options for post-undergrad. Currently, I'm a second semester junior at Georgetown. Upon graduation my GPA will probably only be around a 3.1. I have held a one year econ research assistant position, 9 months in consulting interning, about four volunteer trips abroad, and studying abroad this summer. I am an International Business/Finance double major, econ minor. Major GPA will probably be closer to a 3.65-3.90.
In the event I don't get any offers in consulting (and with my GPA it is not as likely) I would like to attend graduate school. I have loans of around $50k.
The program I am looking at is a 2 year dual program with the University of Pittsburgh and University of Geneva, in Switzerland. One year in Pittsburgh (in state tution~$20k total a year no scholarship) for the MA International Development and one year in Switzerland for an International Organizations MBA. The recruiting department listed The World Bank, UN, then some consulting firms like Deloitte, L.E.K post graduation.
In terms of recruiting, if I were to do well and reset my GPA, would consulting firms with heavy international focus such as LEK look favorable upon this sort of MBA and offer salaries comparable to other MBAs?
Is this a wise alternative? I am going to pursue a job out of undergrad, but would this be worth my time to have as a feasible plan? Any advice is appreciated, thanks.