Hey guys- military officer here applying to bschools to switch into finance/maybe consulting. Looking at HBS, Wharton, Columbia with Kellogg, Tuck bringing up the rear.
Obviously having no real finance background (apart from being an Econ major 6 years ago at a kinda candy ass liberal arts school), I figured Columbia may be the best option due to the opportunity to get some on the job training during the school year with an part time internship.
Worried about the pure case study at HBS (if I even get in...) with no financial foundation, and NYC undeniably trumps philly for location. Kellogg and Tuck may force my hand towards consulting a bit...
Am I way off base with this? Thanks.