UNC vs Notre Dame vs Georgetown vs UMich for Investment Banking
I'm currently in the college decision process and I'm seeking opinions and insights to help me decide between the business schools at UNC, Notre Dame, Georgetown, and UMich. I'm looking to study finance with the goal of getting into investment banking in New York. I am a low income student. Here is where I'm currently at with schools:
UNC - I'm an Assured Admit into the Kenan-Flagler Business School and I've been awarded the Morehead-Cain Scholarship (full 4-year merit scholarship/leadership program). I really like the summer experiences and unique opportunities that Morehead-Cain provides. I'm unsure how well KF places into IB firms in NY.
ND - I have been guaranteed admission into Mendoza. My first year is fully funded (will have to apply for aid every year and hopefully receive a similar aid package). So for all intents and purposes my cost will be the same as UNC. I really like ND's social/dorm life and their strong alumni network. I think ND has decent placement with NY IB firms.
Georgetown - I'm waiting to hear from them on April 1st. Hoping for a good aid package if I get in. GT meets 100% need so I'm expecting a similar aid package as ND. I hear GT/McDonough places really well into investment banking firms in NY. I
UMich - Admitted into Ross. But it will cost me 25k a year more than UNC/ND. This would be a financial hardship so it's hard to justify $100k for Ross over my other options.
Any thoughts about employment outcomes, curriculum, social/dorm life, etc. at these schools would be greatly appreciated. Feel free to include your opinion/ranking about which school I should choose.