Great question! It’s actually one that I’ve discussed recently with a few colleagues. Choosing a school is a big decision but, what’s nice in our industry is that a degree isn’t required. (we’ve hired designers and engineers with and without degrees) The benefit of schooling is that you get a good understanding of design fundamentals that will stay with you for the rest of your career. However, there are loads of insanely talented self-taught designers that I’ve come across over time that haven't gone to a school and are not lacking in their skillset because of it. You could also split the difference and go to something like CenterCentre and get hands on design schooling.