Sorry if this is in the wrong place!
I'm considering grad school and the more I think about it, the more I think its the right path for me.
I was looking at top schools like SAIS JHU and SIPA at Columbia for their International Economics programs, along with their international relations programs.
I was wondering what people thought about these schools and the prospects of landing a top tier consulting job out of these schools.
I'm not considering an MBA as I dont think I'll get into one of the top schools and besides that my background correlates with IR much more. In the immediate future, I'll be looking at consulting (i.e., Bain) and then hopefully transition into the World Bank/IMF positions.
Is this feasible? Does anyone know anyone at these schools or has graduated into a similar track like I'm envisioning?
I did just get laid off but I should have super recommendations from my job.
I would really appreciate any guidance!!
Thank you :) :)