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Advice needed: Route to HBS/Stanford MBA

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I am a UK graduate (2012) with a Masters in Science (1st) from a redbrick university. I am currently deciding what roles to take/apply for starting this September.

I want to do a MBA at HBS or Stanford in 3-5 years.

Which opportunity do you think would make me the most attractive candidate:
(1) Rolls Royce graduate operations management
(2) J P Morgan (Private bank- strategy & business management)
(3) J P Morgan (quant role)
(4) Other

After this MBA I want to go and work at MBB.

All advice appreciated :)

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