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I am an Indian having my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. I have one and a half years of work experience in projects and leaderships. I am planning to opt for Masters in Management in Europe. If my post MIM goals are to be in Investment banking or Hedge funds, which schools will be suitable? please suggest at least 4-5 B-schools.

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I am an Indian having my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. I have one and a half years of work experience in projects and leaderships. I am planning to opt for Masters in Management in Europe. If my post MIM goals are to be in Investment banking or Hedge funds, which schools will be suitable? please suggest at least 4-5 B-schools.


If you aim for investment banking or hedge funds, maybe a Master in Finance would be more suitable? - although some MiM programs are quite accouting/finance-focused.

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criario wrote:
I am an Indian having my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. I have one and a half years of work experience in projects and leaderships. I am planning to opt for Masters in Management in Europe. If my post MIM goals are to be in Investment banking or Hedge funds, which schools will be suitable? please suggest at least 4-5 B-schools.


If you aim for investment banking or hedge funds, maybe a Master in Finance would be more suitable? - although some MiM programs are quite accouting/finance-focused.




Can you suggest 3 to 4 suitable B school for these programs?

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If you are looking for schools in Europe then you are eligible for Master's in finance (Pre-experience). Financial times has a whole blog dedicated to this section. HEC,EDHEC,ESSEC and ESCP would be good options as the immigration's policy in france is relatively friendly as compared to it's other European counterparts. LBS also has a Financial Analysis program which might be suitable for you. If you are looking for US schools, there's a lot of them and many programs are STEM certified.

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Hey there,

Being an Indian with an engineering background, you belong to a highly competitive pool of applicants and would need to ensure that your application stands out among your peers.


Having an engineering-oriented profile means that you have to showcase your interest in management as well as highlight reasons as to why you would like to switch to finance.
Having a few finance related internships is highly recommended if you want to go for a specialized course like Masters in Finance. Specialized Master’s degrees usually prefer some background in the subject either academically or through work experience.

Alternatively, you can go for a Masters in Management degree and pursue a specialization in finance.
Here, you can show a general orientation towards management, and this will work out well for you even in the absence of a background in finance.

If you want to get into Investment Banking and hedge funds, target the top 5 schools of the countries where you would like to work, because this is where the major companies come to recruit.All major companies come to tier-1 institutes for their recruitments , so check the school ranking as well as the visa & immigration laws of the host country before you short-list schools.
The ideal schools will be the global Top 10 schools like HEC Paris, ESSEC, LBS, Duke, RSM , IE etc.

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