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The fact no one was interested in Ibanking at BrynMawr is related to the type of students there, not to the quality and prospects of the graduates - BMC graduates aren't presumably primarily interested in making lots of money, especially if it's the way traders make it. However if one wanted to intern at prestigious companies, the top women's colleges, broadly construed, would help someone more than NCSU or Indiana, wouldn't you agree on that?
I know you're a former math major with interest in pure math and clearly that's not what I'm advocating for Moscowgirl.
Would you consider the Economics dept at Bryn Mawr good, say, on par with the business school at Austin?
I'm genuinely curious to know whether in your opinion it's easier to get hired at Wall Street out of Indiana or NCSU. (This is idle curiosity, not OP's question).