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I'd like to use my MBA to get into consulting (oustide the US). In your opinion, which schools offer the best combination of a) number (or percentage) of grads placed at McK/BCG/Bain or other top firms, b) presence of international recruiters, c) size of international alumni base, and d) overall reputation? Any chance you could come up with a top 5 - 7 list? Intuitively, I know which are the best, but I'm wondering how a Columbia or Kellogg compare to LBS or Insead? How about schools right outside te elite cluster such as Ross, Darden, and Duke? How does IESE fit into this framework?
Would you consider Ross to be ahead of Tuck in this regard?
What's the history behind INSEAD's conulting "dominance"? Many people consider LBS to be the superior school. Practially speaking, I know that INSEAD should be my dream school, but I'm put off by the fact that its a one year school.