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cheap MS finance [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2013, 04:35
hello all,

I want to go for MS in finance.But i am confused between the two options:

1.Apply for universities in US and then take a loan in case i get any
2.Search for free universities in europe(for which i got very less options)

I have a GMAT score of 730(49 Q,40 V).
Work experience of 2 years as a derivatives trader.
Graduation in CS (GPA 7.5/10) from a good university.
10th with 86.4 % and 12th with 90.2%
CFA level 2 candidate
also did a couple of good projects during my graduation.

Now if i apply in europe,even then living expenses would be there.so what will be the best approach?
and if i try for US universities,is that almost sure that i will get a job after my master's and will be able to repay the loan(if i consider that option).Please suggest.
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Re: cheap MS finance [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2013, 07:37
This issue is this. You have a great GMAT and good work experience so I have no doubt you'll get into most MSF programs you apply to. Sponsorship is going to be difficult in the US even if you go to the best program. I'd imagine the same would be in Europe as their economy (especially in the financial sector) is still hurting. My advice would be to pick a handful of good programs in both Europe and the US and apply to them and see what the total all in cost would be. Then choose that school or one of those schools.

You'll most likely be eligible for scholarships or fellowships at most US schools so don't always look at the sticker price before seeing if you can get some aid.
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Re: cheap MS finance [#permalink] New post 12 Oct 2013, 02:14
@MSFHQ

Thank you for your suggestion sir.Actually even if i get the best scholarship(i am guessing that to be 50% of the tuition fee),that half tuition fee added to the living costs would still be a large amount.I have no issues in taking a loan for that,but in the worst case if i am not able to get a job after masters in US,it would be very tough to repay that loan after coming back to india.That is what i am worried about :(
can you please suggest me some good colleges where i can apply?
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