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# Master of Finance dilemma

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02 Jun 2011, 13:19
Hello Everyone!!
I am planning to pursue a master of finance the upcoming September and I have a dilemma concerning the school I will go. I have been accepted in Schulich business School in Canada and also at Cranfield school of management in the UK and I am still expecting an answer from LSE. I live in Greece and I was working here for 4 years in Grant Thornton SA. I decided I want to study and work abroad since the economy here is not very stable. I was considering Canada because I have family there, I‘ve been numerous times and I like the culture. I visited Schulich last week and I really liked the atmosphere of the University. My problem is that I don’t know where I am going to work next. I would like to try and stay in Canada but I have also considered returning to Europe (not Greece). Will it make a big difference if I go to a Canadian University and then return to Europe or the opposite. I will appreciate your opinions.

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06 Jun 2011, 15:00
Yes, I think that it will make a difference. If you want Canada, then a solid Canadian school will of course help. But for Europe, LSE is at the top. The school is reasonably fast when it comes to application decisions, so this shouldn't pose too much of a strain on your time schedule.
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