How should I choose MiF?
I am going to graduate this Summer with a bachelor'from an Italian university.
I am preparing my applications to start a master's degree in finance or in management next year, but I really do not know how to choose. I have to do a master's because with only my degree it would be impossible to do anything in Italy and in Europe.
I want to do a program that lasts at least 1.5 years, because I don't have much relevant experience, so in this way I can do some internships in the Summer or take a gap year as some schools allow.
For this reasons my top choice is HEC MiM because it's always at the top of all business school rankings and it places well in London, but I am afraid that I would not get admitted. My second choice is ESCP MiM for the same reason and because it looks like an amazing life experience too.
My other choices are Bocconi MiF, which is considered among the best finance programs in Europe and places amazingly in London, but you have to study too much and also I do not like Milan; LSE MiF, it is an amazing program, but it's just one year and I don't think it's worth the price it asks, also to live in London.
Other schools that seem interesting are St.Gallen, Nova, IE, and ESADE, but I think that they do not place a lot in London, am i right?
What do you think about the finance and strategy program at Sciences Po?
I also know nothing about other UK institutions besides LSE. I considered applying to Oxford MFE, but I heard that it's a program more aimed to the research field.
Do those analysis make any sense? How do you suggest to choose the best program for me? I am kinda lost lmao