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New post 28 Feb 2019, 05:17
Hello guys!

I am in a desperate need for help. Any comments and suggestions are more than welcome. I need to make a choice soon and I want to consider each and every point before taking such a big decision both careerwise and financially.

I am an Indian applicant with 5 years of work experience in IT Industry. I am interested in field of investment banking and portfolio management but I am open to other fields as well.

I have the following options. Please help me choose the program with highest value at global level-

1. MBA in Finance from UCONN
- It is a decent B School in the US.
- The course is STEM.
I speak fluent English so it won't be difficult to find part time work
- Getting work visa for US is not easy after completing degree.

2. MS in Finance from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
- Good School in Germany.
- I do not speak German so will have to learn that and finding part time work will be difficult.
- Finding full time work as a non EU student is difficult after degree.

3. MS in finance from HEC Montreal( result awaited for this one)
- Good school in Canada
- Getting PR for Canada is easier in comparison to other countries.
- I speak basic French and fluent English

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New post 01 Mar 2019, 03:00
IMHO:
HEC Montreal is a good option here. I do not have much reason for that because HEC and Frankfurt school of Finance and Management both are good schools.
But My opinion is based on the situation of yours. I can guess you would like to work abroad after the degree so CANADA is giving you better chance. you already know a bit french and good with English so it will also help because you have to learn german from scratch. Gernamny is a good location but language requirement may slow you down there. Also with your experience in IT it will be good to go to CANADA as IT personals are required there.

Hope others can help you more in this regard.

All the best.
GMAT650ind wrote:
Hello guys!

I am in a desperate need for help. Any comments and suggestions are more than welcome. I need to make a choice soon and I want to consider each and every point before taking such a big decision both careerwise and financially.

I am an Indian applicant with 5 years of work experience in IT Industry. I am interested in field of investment banking and portfolio management but I am open to other fields as well.

I have the following options. Please help me choose the program with highest value at global level-

1. MBA in Finance from UCONN
- It is a decent B School in the US.
- The course is STEM.
I speak fluent English so it won't be difficult to find part time work
- Getting work visa for US is not easy after completing degree.

2. MS in Finance from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
- Good School in Germany.
- I do not speak German so will have to learn that and finding part time work will be difficult.
- Finding full time work as a non EU student is difficult after degree.

3. MS in finance from HEC Montreal( result awaited for this one)
- Good school in Canada
- Getting PR for Canada is easier in comparison to other countries.
- I speak basic French and fluent English

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New post 01 Mar 2019, 06:03
D3N0 wrote:
IMHO:
HEC Montreal is a good option here. I do not have much reason for that because HEC and Frankfurt school of Finance and Management both are good schools.
But My opinion is based on the situation of yours. I can guess you would like to work abroad after the degree so CANADA is giving you better chance. you already know a bit french and good with English so it will also help because you have to learn german from scratch. Gernamny is a good location but language requirement may slow you down there. Also with your experience in IT it will be good to go to CANADA as IT personals are required there.

Hope others can help you more in this regard.

All the best.
GMAT650ind wrote:
Hello guys!

I am in a desperate need for help. Any comments and suggestions are more than welcome. I need to make a choice soon and I want to consider each and every point before taking such a big decision both careerwise and financially.

I am an Indian applicant with 5 years of work experience in IT Industry. I am interested in field of investment banking and portfolio management but I am open to other fields as well.

I have the following options. Please help me choose the program with highest value at global level-

1. MBA in Finance from UCONN
- It is a decent B School in the US.
- The course is STEM.
I speak fluent English so it won't be difficult to find part time work
- Getting work visa for US is not easy after completing degree.

2. MS in Finance from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
- Good School in Germany.
- I do not speak German so will have to learn that and finding part time work will be difficult.
- Finding full time work as a non EU student is difficult after degree.

3. MS in finance from HEC Montreal( result awaited for this one)
- Good school in Canada
- Getting PR for Canada is easier in comparison to other countries.
- I speak basic French and fluent English

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Hello D3N0,
Thanks for your answer. HEC Montreal will be my 1St choice as well but as mentioned the result is awaited for this one.

Between Frankfurt and UCONN, which one do you think is better?
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