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LSE MSc Management and profile evaluation [#permalink]
17 Feb 2011, 16:16
Hi everyone. I've been lurking for some time but this is my actual first post here (or at least I don't remember writing any other:P).
So. Long story short.
- I'm graduating in a few months with a BSc in Economics from an Italian university (ranked 2nd nationally in Economics/Business among public universities, meaning it would be third if private unis, i.e. Bocconi, are taken in consideration; that's not saying much but... yeah), with what I believe is the equivalent of a 1:1 degree. - I took the GMAT in December and got a 740 (97th percentile). - I'm probably spending the next year (September 2011-June 2012) in the UK, learning some English, seeing some things, doing stuff. I've no relevant work experience/internships.
What do you guys think are my realistic chances for admission to a LSE Management program (e.g. Management and Strategy, Management and Economics, International Management)? I would apply for the 2012/2013 academic year, but I need to know now whether I actually stand some chances... or if it's better to choose another path. Also: any suggestion regarding other good Master's Degree in Management? Right now I'm considering Cambridge's Mphil in Management (which is cheaper than LSE and... it's freaking Cambridge:P) and Hec Paris' MSc in Managerial Economics (I love Paris:P). Any help would be appreciated^^