<p>After all the college decisions, I am trying to decide which college to attend. Wharton had been my first choice, but I wasn't able to get in, so my decision is between these three schools.
Here's what I know so far:
UChicago (Econ degree): Probably the best econ program in the world. Huge grade deflation. (Dreary study environment?)</p>
<p>U of Michigan Ross Business School (BBA): Very strong business. Geared more towards management than IB. More full college experience.</p>
<p>Northwestern (Econ): Probably weakest in these three. But connection with Kellogg might help?</p>
<p>I really want to get into a top IB job in the future. My GPA will probably suffer in UChicago, and I think Ross gives a wider range of opportunities. But how does an Econ deg from Chicago compare with a BBA from Ross (especially for IB)? Which of these schools are true targets? Any input will be helpful thanks.</p>