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I am Indian citizen,would like to pursue master of science in finance from a renowned college/university of usa which is a affiliated cfa partner. i will be giving my gre by the end of july and expects a score around 300+. so kindly provide your valuable inputs and suggestions on the prospects of getting quality education along with taking into consideration the job prospects of landing myself into an investment banking firm upon completing the msf. following are the details of academics,work experience and extracurricular activities: > pursuing chartered accountant finalist(final/professional level) >pursuing intermediate level company secretaries(cleared 1 of the 2 groups) >commerce graduate(passed with 58% from pune university ) >passed 12th(passed with 72% from st.josephs convent school,ratlam,m.p) >passed 10th(passed with 66% from st.josephs convent school,ratlam,m.p) >work experience:3.5 years(holds a certificate from the institute of chartered accountants of india of the work experience as an intern under chartered accountant course,had a good hand on project financing,audit,taxation) >other achievements:holds a certificate of leading one of the four houses at school level as an vice captain and had lead more than 500 students of the respective school. >holds certificates of the winning and participating at various sports activities and extra curricular activities at school level. >holds certificates from various ngos for participating in various social causes such as blood donation camp etc. my preferred choice for the said course are:mit sloan,tulane,boston college,simon rochester,vanderbilt-owen,brandeis,university of south california,nyu/hkust,michigan state university,george washington university,wustl.
Based on what you present here, I would say that you would be considered a competitive candidate at all of the schools listed with the exception of MIT. Please realize that you come from a very competitive demographic and thus you have to work extra hard to make sure that you stand out from the masses of like candidates who are applying to similar programs. This means that extra effort has to be placed on your application to make your case as strong as it can be. In general, I recommend that Indian candidates apply to at least 7 programs.