I know that the title is a little confusing so I'll explain. I am a professional with a deep interest in how to leverage finance to help address critical issues in the public and social sector. I did banking internship in undergrad at abut I turned down the offer because of my existing interest in the public and social sector. I decided to transition to a consulting firm (tier 2 overall, but tier 1 in public sector) after undergrad to work on some really cool international projects. Left after 2 years to work in a managerial capacity at a startup social enterprise. Now I've been accepted into the two leading MPA/MPP programs (HKS and Princeton), and two top 15 MBA programs (I should probably have applied to more top 5 programs but I guess I underestimated myself).
Post-graduate school I would like to transition to public sector work in an investment bank (thinkGroup) or to social and public .
The Princeton offer comes with an automatic full-ride so that is another factor playing into my decision. Which path do you think would be the most sensible? Any advice is greatly appreciated.