I just wanted to make sure that adequate information is transmitted, so you don't have to go back and forth with Alex too many times.
From what you wrote, my knowledge (which is purely my own and not of any admission consultants') is that investment banking and management consulting are two of the most realistic fields post-MBA, meaning that if you aspire to get into the top IB job, you should try to get to as good of a b-school as possible (and of course, this is debatable, but USNews is a good start). Basically if you get into a top-10 business schools, all major banks are going to be on campus to recruit. It'll really be up to you to schmooze and make that great first impression to land a summer internship job. With an IB summer internship job and assuming you do it well, you'll have that as a leverage to get into a full-time IB job post-MBA. I believe for minority there's something called to apply through the Consortium. I don't know much about it, but it should be sufficient for you to research a bit into it.
I guess that's all I can say; I'll shut up now and you can wait for Alex's response.
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