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New post 03 Aug 2017, 02:40
I'm looking to take a 1 year Mfin program. I would like some help in shortlisting schools.

Career objective: Finance (IB/PE/HF)
Profile: 23 y/o Asian (Singapore) Male, fluent English and Mandarin languages.
WE: InternCorporate Banking (3mths), Contract Compliance 5 mths (pre-grad). Strategy at SME company 10 months (post-grad).
Undergrad: Banking degree 88% GPA (distance program), Diploma in Fund Mgt (Local).
GMAT: 660 (Q45, V35)

Should you have other suggestions such as MIM programs, do shout them out too. Thanks in advance. Cheers!
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Schools: Erasmus '18 (A)
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New post 03 Aug 2017, 03:40
I think you have a really good shot at these unis (I'm not mentioning US B schools as few of them provide Msc's, and H1B visa is in a mess anyway):

MIM: ESSEC, RSM, IE, ESADE, NUS, NTU, HKUST.

MFin: Imperial, Warwick, ESSEC, Bocconi, NUS, HKUST.

A bit of a stretch:

MIM: HEC, LBS.
Mfin: LSE, OxBridge.

The schools I have listed above are my personal opinions and are based on the average scores on people that receive admittance.

IB/PE positions are of course the most abundant in UK, China, and SG (I don't know how economic development in SG fares recently though). In any case, it is one of the most competitive jobs to obtain.

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