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MBA/MSc finance [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 01:55
I would like to apply for a MBA/MSc Finance/Financial Engineering/Financial Mathematics in UK/US.
my info:
2:2 (may climb to 2:1 after completion of final year)
GMAT: 640
IELTS: 7

I am wondering which tier of universities should I target on. More specifically which ones? Also, MBA or MSc?
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Re: MBA/MSc finance [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2012, 02:06
Hi. Without any work experience, an MBA wouldn't add much value, unless you are in Asia.
Some of my friends have told me that top Indian & Chinese schools accept bright students without any work-ex but then it is market specific. In Europe & the US, there is hardly a school which will accept you in their MBA program without 3-8 years of work-ex. MScs are very popular in Europe. You can opt for a Masters in Management program at top schools like LBS, Judge, IE, IESE & HEC. There are other reputed MSc programs available at RSM, Warwick, Cranfield, CBS, Imperial & Manchester. Other English schools can be avoided if you are non-European. Em lyon & Essec could be considered if you are interested in a 2year MSc program.
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