The feeling I have gotten (though I am not in the business school) is that what you get is what you put into it. They offer a plethora of classes that cover security analysis to options and futures to prepare you for the field, as well as many visits from major investment banking firms (Deutsche Bank, UBS, Goldman Sachs, JPM, Morgan Stanley, Citi, etc.), but are not mandatory. If you are really looking to get into the investment banking field, they prepare you well and have a great career center to set you up with employers or internships that will get your foot into the door, but things aren't handed on a silver platter. My impression is that this is what it is like everywhere... you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink.