Really need advice—USC vs. UCLA
I was accepted to UCLA biz econ and USC Marshall for business administration. I'm currently leaning towards UCLA (planning to switch to a math major). I have been scrolling through a bunch of posts comparing the two schools and have gotten the idea that USC is much better at placing students into IB than UCLA. I've also read that if I really want to break into IB/high finance at UCLA I'd have to get into the finance clubs which have a 5% acceptance rate. The thing is, my ultimate goal is to pursue a master's degree in Financial Engineering after undergrad, and I would think that a math of computation/stats degree at UCLA would be more quantitative and rigorous when compared to USC business administration. I have heard that business administration is a really general degree as well. So in terms of applying to grad school for quant finance, is UCLA math/stats the better choice?