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Financing Masters in Finance (and similar courses)

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Hi!

I have just completed my MBA from one of the premier B-schools in India (IIMs) and will be joining as an Analyst with a leading bank. I am planning to pursue a MiF course after gaining a work-ex of around 3-4 years. But the main thing that I am worried about is financing. Can you kindly tell me what are the options to finance your course (for both US and Europe)?

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You would have to come up with very compelling reasons why you want this degree after you completed your MBA degree. Admissions is going to wonder why this -- after you had the opportunity to study finance in depth during your MBA studies. Admissions to premier programs in the United States and Europe might be very challenging.

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You would have to come up with very compelling reasons why you want this degree after you completed your MBA degree. Admissions is going to wonder why this -- after you had the opportunity to study finance in depth during your MBA studies. Admissions to premier programs in the United States and Europe might be very challenging.

Kimberly Plaga
Senior Admissions Consultant
Manhattan Review
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