The programs you have listed would all be excellent from strategic consulting. One thing to consider is whether their is a specific company you would be interested in working for (Ex: McKinsey, BCG, etc.).
In terms of the big international firms that recruit heavily in the US, they tend to recruit at these MBA programs:
Kellogg has an outrageous number of people going to McKinsey, for example. Many of these firms only recruit at select schools, or they recruit at their top six schools and then will also do some more local recruiting for local offices. It can be really difficult to land at McKinsey or BCG if you do not go to a school that they recruit at.
This is why I recommend contacting HR and just asking - do you recruit at a particular school? Where do you recruit?
Hope this was of help.
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