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Anyone knows about MSF in Claremont McKenna & Villanova? [#permalink]
02 Nov 2010, 11:21
I've received useful advice from Anthony about Villanova. I also read good feedback on Claremont (CA) MSF program. Therefore, these schools end up to be my top choices since Vandy, Boston and other good schools appear to be too tough for me. My GPA is 3.8+ (not top school, Linfield College) GMAT expected to be 650-680 Only 2 internship (6 months in total) experience (outside of US: Citibank, Vietnam and a huge non-for-profit organization) I have good resume with full of extracurricular activities. I will have my bachelor degree in May 2011. I want to start MSF right away to save money and time, so I think I will submit application by Jan 2011.
Scholarship is a MUST to me. Honestly I can only afford 20,000 for everything in a year (tuition + expenses) My concern is JOB PLACEMENT only.
I'd love to hear more from you guys, who previously applied for these programs, or actually graduated from these schools. Please help if you have experience or no some one that has experience in these two schools' admissions! (class profile, scholarship...)
Email Kevin Arnold over at Claremont. I have met him a number of times and have the highest regard for him. This is the 2nd year CMC is doing their MA in Finance and they have had really great success so far.