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New post 05 Nov 2016, 07:47
Hello everyone,

I have an undergrad degree in business administration with a concentration in Finance. My undergrad CGPA is 3.7+ and GRE score in quant is in the 89th Percentile. I am interested in applied research in the field of behavioral finance in North America/Europe and I am listing my queries below:

1. Is it too ambitious to apply to a PhD program without a Master's degree (especially since my undergraduate degree is not from N. America/ Europe and I do not have any mathematical background)?
2. Would completing an MSc/MBA at first would enhance my chances at PhD? If so, can someone please suggest me some programs that would lay a solid foundation for PhD?
3. Does applied topics like behavioral finance require strong mathematical background?

Thanks in advance!

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