Georgetown vs UCLA vs UVa / help me decide which school to attend

<p>I got into these schools as a transfer applicant for 2010 Fall. </p>

<p>My major is Economics, and I am planning to attend an MBA school after having some practical job experience. </p>

<p>As you guys know, all of the three schools have their own merits. I really have trouble deciding which school to attend since they are all prestigious and good schools. </p>

<p>I am not trying to rank them here. Instead, I would like to hear any comments or suggestions from you guys about these schools. </p>

<p>I don't really care about location, costs, or environment. What I do care about is internship or research opportunities, but since they are all good schools (here comes again), I believe all of the three schools can provide such benefit to me. </p>

<p>Help me out please!</p>

<p>I am currently a first year at UCLA and am transferring to Georgetown next fall. I am transferring because at UCLA I found it extremely difficult to work closely with professors as an undergraduate. Most classes are over 150 people and it's very easy to feel like just a number. Also, I'm a government major and I felt studying in D.C. would provide me with the most opportunities for internships and jobs. </p>

<p>Hope this helps!</p>

<p>Are you in A&S at both Gtown and UVA or in McDonough(?) and McIntire?</p>