I am in kind of a luxurious dilemma right now. I have been accepted at ESADE for the Master of Finance with the combination of the CEMS mim, and received an admission from the Stockholm School of Economics for the Master in Finance - Investment Management/Corporate Finance. I am a bit unsure which school to choose, SSE is a two years programme and seems to provide me with a good foundation of Finance, while ESADE is in combination with the cems a very international programme with good placements, plus it will help me with improving my spanish. The programme is only 3 semesters long. I wouldnt leave out the factor lifestyle either, since a Masters programme is kind of long, so barcelona definitely beats Stockholm there.
SSE still leaves me with the option to apply for the cems programme, but I wont know until September, so I have to make my choice without having any confirmation. As a EU citizen SSE is free for me to study in, but yet I dont want money to be the deciding factor.
If anybody has any insights, opinions or experiences, I would be grateful for every comment. I only have a few days to decide, so feel free to speak out whats on your mind
thank you very much