I couldn't decide whether to post this in this forum or the business school forum, but decided that there are more people that are out of college with actual jobs that look here, so this is what I went with.
For those of you that frequent this boards, I've been pretty open with my background, but to refresh: have ~4.5 years of S&O/boutique firm experience, mostly focused on CFO work. Recently applied and was accepted into three b-schools with hopes of getting a job ator a boutique strategy shop (obviously will shoot for MBB). Longer-term goals are more unclear, but probably something in the Media or Sports (wrote my essays about sports), but certainly not tied to it.
My choices are as follows: Tuck, Sloan, and Columbia. I'm pretty excited about all three of these, and am struggling to even determine an initial leader. For those of you that actually work at the places above, what are your thoughts? Is there any material difference between these schools as far as recruiting goes? What about if I would prefer to work in NYC/NJ?
Obviously understand that there are a bunch of other factors that should and will go into my decision, but I'm curious from a strictly short-term goal standpoint if people think there are any real considerations that I should take into account.