Hm, with all things being approximately equal when it comes to future opportunities for extremely lucrative careers, between Jerome Clay’s internship and Gessner University, well, it is no question for my character. Gessner University wins every single time without a doubt.
Learning has always been a foremost priority for my character, quite fitting seeing as Wit has always been her strongest skill. She graduated from Harrovian School, after all, so she has been honed in the academic crucible from the very start, intense indeed considering that students in Harrovian School have actually collapsed from health problems during the exam period. As a matter of fact, she not only survived the academic rigor of Harrovian School, she thrived in that environment, considering she earned the highest marks in the exams for her year.
Compared to Harrovian School, Gallatin was a metaphorical piece of cake where the course grades and exam marks were concerned. If she survived and thrived in Harrovian School, my character was not going to do anything less than the same again in Gallatin. Her professional and academic pride would allow nothing less. Every single time without fail, she earns A for her course grades and A+ for the exam marks. Even if she were to incur Lady Renaldt’s displeasure by protecting one of the teachers and thus suffer a penalty in the exam marks, my character always does well enough that she would still earn A+ for the exams even with a potential reduction from Lady Renaldt.
Still, Gallatin was not as academically focused as Harrovian School, something which my character could not help but find disappointing. As such, my character is very much looking forward to Gessner University and a return to the academic focus and rigor that she has known and even enjoyed all her life in Harrovian School. Gessner University will push her even further than Harrovian School did where academics are concerned, and she is very much looking forward to rising to the challenge and earning top marks once again, just like she did in Harrovian School and then Gallatin.
As to Blaise, well, given how my character always resolves the final situation, Blaise will be completing her final year in Harrovian School. My character will probably exchange a few letters with Blaise, if only for the sake of courtesy and civility, but frankly, she will never count Blaise as a friend, though she might reluctantly come to eventually see Blaise as a friendly acquaintance. Given how impulsive Blaise is as well as the fact that she does not seem to be the most academically focused, well, my character harbors some private doubts about how well Blaise will manage in such an academically focused and rigorous environment as Harrovian School, far more so than she was accustomed to in Gallatin. Still, it has nothing to do with her, so my character ends that line of thought with a mental shrug and dryly wishing Blaise good luck in Harrovian School, as well as noting that Blaise had best keep quiet about her attempt to have my character expelled from Gallatin, seeing as my character was quite beloved in Harrovian School by students and teachers alike, made even more so by her earning the highest exam marks.