London would be hard - lots of schools would be ahead of yours e.g lbs, lse etc etc
You might stand a better chance in France but you'd probably have to have a good grasp on French.
With 3.5 years exp, why don't u go straight for a top US mba though instead of 2 consecutive (!!) ms fin degrees ?
As to the type of jobs, a ms fin opens up all jobs except for the highly technical/quantitative ones.Posted from my mobile device
Yes, you are right. However, I timed my applications incorrectly and also my undergrad ( I strongly feel ), grade & the degree itself, isn't good enough for a top US MBA. Two things I look to gain out of the first Masters in Finance. One, fix my profile's big hole (the under grad). Secondly, any additional international work experience would certainly add value to my profile.
The two ms fin degrees is because, though a top MBA can help gain an entry into the trading floor (you should be young though), I do not see much help for applicants in their late 20's (In the field of finance at least). Hence, a MS Fin degree from top schools like MIT, LBS would be sufficient enough to conclude I am done with my academics and from now on its all going to be on the job learning. And again, my under grad makes me feel strongly that I have to gain a ms fin from tier 2 institute first and then shoot for big ones.
Please share your views.