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New post 10 Oct 2019, 11:59
hi all,
i have recently graduated from hansraj college which is a top college at Delhi university in BA Economics Honours with a cgpa of 6.838.
I gave gmat and got a score of 690(Q47,V38). I got 96% in class 12
I also have participated in a pan DU event where i was a member of organising team and have done 2-3 internships during college.

I wanted to know my chances of getting into masters in finance related programs from Imperial college london, Warwick business school and any other top UK colleges.
Also I am ready to pursue masters in management if that is a better option for me

Thanks
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New post 24 Nov 2019, 23:15
rishabhrana97 wrote:
hi all,
i have recently graduated from hansraj college which is a top college at Delhi university in BA Economics Honours with a cgpa of 6.838.
I gave gmat and got a score of 690(Q47,V38). I got 96% in class 12
I also have participated in a pan DU event where i was a member of organising team and have done 2-3 internships during college.

I wanted to know my chances of getting into masters in finance related programs from Imperial college london, Warwick business school and any other top UK colleges.
Also I am ready to pursue masters in management if that is a better option for me

Thanks


Hi rishabhrana97, so most of the major UK Schools do not have a mandatory GMAT requirement, except for LBS and LSE. Again, UK Schools are more stringent about the GPA bit, so a 6.8 might be slightly on the lower end.
UG College rank, however looks good.
Between an MFIn and an MiM, the better degree would for you would depend upon how deep you want to go into the field of finance.
MFin, being a specialized masters program, will have intensive finance based curriculum and is recommended if you are very sure of working in the finance field in the long term. In case you are not sure and want to be open to more job profiles in management, an MiM will be more suitable.
Secondly, for MFin it is recommended to have some experience in Finance (Internships/full time jobs) to stand a better chance.
To determine which program is more suitable for you and which schools to apply for, I would suggest you to take up a profile evaluation so that I can get back with an indepth analysis. Here's the link : https://www.mim-essay.com/profile-evaluation?gmat-pe
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