UNC Chapel Hill vs. UGA vs. Vanderbilt vs. Boston University vs. Boston College vs. Northwestern vs. NortheasternSubscribe
Hey guys so I've gotten into all seven of these schools listed above as a transfer student. I wanted to know which of these schools would prepare me best for a good finance career in Investment banking, consulting, investment management, etc. I am also still waiting to hear back from NYU Stern and USC Marshall.
UNC- I would be able to study at least econ, but ideally would want Business Administration (B.A.)major with concentration in finance. Will try to get into K-F, but at worst case, will apply for minor to B.A. major. Will i still be able to get decent opportunities coming out as an econ major if I cannot get into K-F?
Vandy- great school, nice campus, have questions about the recruitment apart from the southeast, would have to basically retake all my coursework (need to complete all Gen ed requirements), 15-18k more/yr than unc and would graduate a year later
UGA- in state school, in-state tuition and can graduate in 5-6 semesters
Northern finance schools- don't see much difference between them and other options; Boston good for potential Asset Management opportunities
Northwestern- great school, have some concerns about safety in Chicago (have never visited Evanston), don't mind working closer to Chicago at BB or MM bank, but would ideally want to work in either South or NE
What would you guys recommend if you were me?