Profile evaluation for European master in finance

Hi, I'm from Italy and I'm finishing my bachelor's in business and economics. I want to enroll in a master's in finance or management to then get into investment banking or consulting. It's virtually impossible to enter with only a bachelor's, so I really need to get a master's and I would like to get into a target school.

At the moment I am considering HEC MiM/MiF, Bocconi MiF, LSE MiF, and ESCP MiM. I don't care about starting my career in Italy, I wanna start in London or Paris. I am not considering the U.S. for now.

Profile:
- GMAT: 730 (Q49, V41)
- #1 public university in Italy, GPA: 29/30
- 6 months exchange at the University of California, GPA: 3.9/4.0
- 3 months market research internship at a tech startup in Italy
- Finance associate at the consulting club of my home university, had leadership positions
- TOEFL 108, German level B1

What are my chances of getting into my target programs? I think my GPA and GMAT are pretty good, but I'm worried about the work experience.

Also, I have a little idea about applying to Oxford MFE. I'm aware that my chances are extremely slim, but do you think I should still apply or would it just be a waste of money for the application fee?

 

Oxford MFE you will fall short. If I were you I would try either HEC MiM or LSE MiF. You have already studied in Italy and ESCP is just one step lower than the other ones in terms of reputation. Good luck

 

You mean because of the low GMAT? I saw that the mean in the program is 750 but I was hoping there would still be a possibility since I have high grades and I think not many people apply from Italy

 

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