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Oxford MFE vs Other MIFs

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Dear GMATClub community,

I'm a recent graduate in Bachelor of Commerce (Grade 2:2) from a top 50 Indian University. I completed this degree in a Distance Education format. I am also simultaneously studying to be an Indian Chartered Accountant. Post this, I plan to complete the UK Chartered Accountancy Course (ACCA) & CFA Level 1 by end of 2016. I am targeting a score of 700+ in GMAT.

Part of the Indian CA requires to complete 3 years internship which I have completed from a Big4 Accounting Firm in India. Apart from this, I've 2 summer internships (Audit & Finance related).

My goal is to enter Oxford MFE programme (also considering HEC Paris & LSE MIF) for 2017 intake, after working for 1.5 years in Assurance / Advisory at Big4 (early 2016 to mid 2017), and eventually enter into consulting post the masters.

Although, the MFE program has a higher Mathematics & Programming application, I'm willing to cope up with that by the year of intake.

My main aim to apply for a target school favoured by Consulting Firms in a certain Asian country.

I am seeking advice on whether a Distance Education (with a 2:2) be accepted by top Business Schools, although I've pretty good internships and a decent work ex by 2017 intake, along with a good GMAT score.

Any advice on this would be grateful!

Thank you.

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New post 21 Dec 2015, 01:30
seamiff57 wrote:
Dear GMATClub community,

I'm a recent graduate in Bachelor of Commerce (Grade 2:2) from a top 50 Indian University. I completed this degree in a Distance Education format. I am also simultaneously studying to be an Indian Chartered Accountant. Post this, I plan to complete the UK Chartered Accountancy Course (ACCA) & CFA Level 1 by end of 2016. I am targeting a score of 700+ in GMAT.

Part of the Indian CA requires to complete 3 years internship which I have completed from a Big4 Accounting Firm in India. Apart from this, I've 2 summer internships (Audit & Finance related).

My goal is to enter Oxford MFE programme (also considering HEC Paris & LSE MIF) for 2017 intake, after working for 1.5 years in Assurance / Advisory at Big4 (early 2016 to mid 2017), and eventually enter into consulting post the masters.

Although, the MFE program has a higher Mathematics & Programming application, I'm willing to cope up with that by the year of intake.

My main aim to apply for a target school favoured by Consulting Firms in a certain Asian country.

I am seeking advice on whether a Distance Education (with a 2:2) be accepted by top Business Schools, although I've pretty good internships and a decent work ex by 2017 intake, along with a good GMAT score.

Any advice on this would be grateful!

Thank you.


Hi,

Oxford MFE has the following entry requirements:-

Applicants must be predicted or have achieved a first-class or an upper second class
undergraduate degree (or equivalent international qualifications1) as a minimum.
For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA we seek is 3.5 out of 4.0.
The minimum Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score we seek is 90th percentile marks in the quantitative section, 80th percentile marks in the verbal and 5.0 in the analytical writing. The minimum GMAT score we seek is 90th percentile marks in the quantitative section, 80th percentile marks in the verbal and 5.0 in the analytical writing.

Hope that helps.

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