Msc in Energy vs Msc in finance : Help
I'm in a big period of hesitation about my future and I need your advice.
I would like to work in oil and gas trading. I have a French Master's degree in market finance (non target school) and quite good experience (Fixed-income brokerage + Gas structuring).
In order to succeed in this type of job, I'm thinking of doing a second master in a target school.
My question is: is it better to do a master's degree in energy to complete my master's degree in finance? I'm thinking of Cass (Energy Trade Finance) or Escp (Energy management).
Or in the other case, I could do another master in finance but in a target school (LSE, LBS, ESSEC, ESCP).
Msc in Energy:
Pros: Energy focus lessons, good placement in commodity houses for cass, good brand name
Cons : Msc 100% focus so it's difficult to change the work environment.
Msc in Finance :
Pros: Brand name, possibility to change work in different sectors , more mathematics
Cons : Very expensive, not much interesting because I've already done a master degree in finance.
Many Thanks for your help guys !