Northwestern (CAS Econ) vs. Cornell (Dyson AEM) for MBB/Consulting in general?
Hello! I recently got into both schools, and feel incredibly lucky to have this dilemma before me, but alas. Any input on either school's consulting experience would be greatly appreciated.
I guess the first thing I want to ask is if there are any significant differences in placement for either school? I dunno, but the small class sizes and business degree from Cornell seem more interesting to study than hard econ. Consulting is what I want to do right now, but a second question would be which school would be better for keeping my options open as far as the world of business is concerned.
What I'm really asking is if this is just a "pick whatever school you like more" type of discussion or if either one has a significant consulting placement advantage?
Any information, even if not directly related to the question, would be greatly appreciated.
(also if anyone has any opinions abt berkeley in this regard [I'm in-state], that'd be awesome as well.)