Thanks for the quick reply!
My goal is sustainability consulting and the major players are the largest consulting forms pwc, del etc... Separate from this I thought having international experience would be an asset.
Hult- intl exposure, appear to have decent stats ( maybe inflated) but not csr focused at all really
Hopkins- thought the brand and backing of a stron research institution woul be useful to leverage a consulting position and maybe can use their life sciences an sustainability resources to help, global MBA includes an international trek focused on sustainability in another country
Rotterdam- overseas, sustainability focus but agree- not sure how work permits will interfere with getting a job. I'd be happy to work overseas and based on their site they have strong consultant recruiting and maybe I'd have a better shot at starting with a large firm if I go through Rotterdam?
Babson- it's pricey, moreso than Hopkins and I am not focused on starting my own business right away, if ever. My immediate goal is consulting but given its more established maybe I should focus on it. From a global mobility standpoint I thought it fared a bit low and seems to be very regional in terms of career prospects and smaller consulting recruitment.
Sometimes reaching out to alum is a mixed bag and people are not honest abt their experience im realizing. I want a strong ROI and 1 vs 2 given your point on internships is well taken.
When I look at stats for HULT they look reasonable but it's hard to separate the marketing and some comments online. Is it progressive or poor quality is what I grapple with.
So given this new info if u were me- how would you rank these programs now knowing more abt my career goals? 1 - best
Thanks for being so great with a response -this feedback is really valuablePosted from my mobile device