I'm trying to choose between three programs:
-the Masters in International Business at Hult
-the Masters in Finance at Hult
-the Masters in Financial Analysis at University of San Francisco
I'm trying to get some info on these programs, such as personal experiences with these programs. If anyone here has graduated from them, I'd appreciate your opinion.
For some background on me: I got an above average GPA from an above average university in the US, and I got a 690 on my first GMAT (I'm retaking it in a few weeks).
What do you guys think?
From my personal experience (what I've heard actually)
MIB at Hult is pretty good and seems to worth the buck. MFIN was not active this year, but I've met one Russian guy here in SF and he said it is an amazing program. A problem with MFIN in both cases is that it is really hard to get a job in finance after graduation in SF. East coast is much better for that...
Have no idea about USF, but I think it is pretty similar in regards of money and the value you get. Hult is more international though.