Worth transferring? (OSU to UMich)
I made a post about this about 7 months ago, but things have changed and I am in dire need of advice.
I am a rising sophomore at Ohio State in the business school looking to go into consulting, while also looking at IB.
I am considering transferring to Michigan. I understand that Ross at Michigan has much more OCR and name-brand prestige, but my only routes to Ross are from external transfer (which I hear is <1%) or from internal transfer from LSA, which is also probably just as difficult, considering the fact that I would be a junior when applying internally. Thus, I think Ross is out of the picture.
My question: is transferring to LSA Econ going to open substantially more doors for me than staying at OSU? I am a stellar student at OSU, and I'm highly involved in many orgs while keeping a 3.8 and getting a F100 consulting related internship this summer. I think (based off of my upperclassmen peers) that I am on the right track to MBB/BB IB, but if LSA Econ makes it that much easier for me, then I would prefer that route.
My fear is that by transferring, I will lose all of the leadership experience I have on my resume (a lot), as well as the network I've built up in Columbus.
(Money is not a factor, but there is a reason that I am looking specifically at UMich that would probably dox me)
Thank you all!