Where should I go to college if I want to work in asia(seoul,singapore,hong kong, tokyo,shanghai,ho chi minh) for finance/consulting?

Hello, I think I asked a similar question earlier months back. However, since then I have racked up acceptances from some schools.

So far I have been accepted to these schools. 

Vanderbilt, USC Marshall, UMICH ROSS, Uchicago, UCB, UCLA, UChicago, Georgetown, NYU Shanghai, CMU Tepper, BC, Emory,UVA, UNC

Currently waiting on Harvard Wharton/huntsman Stanford duke Columbia Dartmouth\

As of now, I'm leaning towards Georgetown with the msb and sfs dual degree program unless I get into huntsman. But cost-wise everything except nyu shanghai umich ross ucb UCLA is free for me since I'm a low-income student. Does anyone have any solid suggestions?  

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breakinandgetout, what's your opinion? Comment below:

congrats - great choices here. I'd recommend U chicago since you had it in there twice. Jokes aside, Uchicago has great recognization in Asia and has a fantastic econ department that lands quite a lot of kids in banking/consulting. tbh it doesn't hurt to be patient and wait for the rest. 

Disclaimer: went to usc marshall, mbb in asia tier 1 city

Anonymous Monkey, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Does Georgetown work too like I really liked Georgetown a lot also

breakinandgetout, what's your opinion? Comment below:

well at the end of the day, it really depends on whether you'll enjoy your college experience to make the most out of it. If Geogetown is your calling then go for it - I wouldn't change a thing about going to usc :)

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InterestedParty99, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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