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MSc. in Finance (2019): Profile Evaluation 2019

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New post 04 Apr 2019, 07:59
Hi guys,
I plan on applying to a few schools (listed below) for their respective Master's in Finance programme for their 2019 intake. Below is my profile in brief, I was wondering if you could tell me how likely or not likely i am to get through one of these universities below. Thanks!

My Profile:
Bachelor's GPA: 3.2 on 4 (degree in business administration with specialisation in finance)
Work experience: 3 years in finance (including 2 years with a bulge bracket investment bank - Citicorp)
GMAT: 610 (I know it is low, but it seems this is what i will be applying with)

I also have quite a few leadership positions on my CV (both in college as well as in a professional setting)

Colleges I plan on applying to:
1. Essec
2. EDHEC
3. IE Business School
4. SKEMA
5. Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
6. SMU Singapore
7. NUS
8. ESADE

Would love to gain some insight as to what my probability is with regards to getting into one of these universities given my profile above.
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New post 08 Apr 2019, 13:32
I am a junior at the University of Miami with a 3.95 GPA. I am a double major in Finance and Economics with a minor in accounting. 4.0 major/minor GPA. Involved in my fraternity and a 1st year health care analyst at the student managed investment fund.

I spent my freshman year at Fordham with a 3.78 GPA (1 B in a math class that was not relevant to my degree, annoying). I will speak about this in my essay, as it drops my combined GPA a bit.

My work:
Morgan Stanley - wealth management analyst
Feb 2019- Aug 2019 (possible to continue into next fall)

Raymond James - wealth management analyst
Aug 2018-Nov 2018

HIG Capital LLC - Fund Accountant Intern
June 2018- Aug 2018

MarketingNOW LLC - Market Research Intern
June 2017 - May 2018

I plan to study for the GMAT from May to August, while working full time at Morgan Stanley. Given I reach, say, a 680 at least, what would be some realistic msf options for me.

Any advice on GMAT Prep would be greatly appreciated. I am in the dark a bit here.

Thank you for any help and guidance!

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