Quick Question: Will concentrating in international business (Berkeley calls it Global Management Concentration) be the most appealing route to enter consulting on an international scope (I'd like to consult around in Asia). Or should I concentrate in other fields, such as Marketing or Management, and specifically ask/hope that I get placed on projects in Asia.
More Detail, read on if you'd like clarification: I really want to travel around Asia and do strategic consulting. My career counselor speaks in metaphors, which is really annoying, but from my interpretation of his, "road map" metaphor, getting a Global Management Concentration in your undergrad is useless, because you won't be able to get a job out of college in international business. However, if you go on to get your MBA, then your competitive in the job market.