Would studying in a language other than English limit me?
I am from Italy where I am studying for my bachelor's degree in business, my program is fully taught in English in a non-target university.
After graduating I want to get a master's degree in finance. I am considering applying to Bocconi's master's in finance which is offered both in English and Italian. Would enrolling in the Italian one close a lot of doors for a potential career abroad (I like London) or is the Bocconi name enough? I think there is a much higher chance to be accepted into the Italian program
As proof of my knowledge of the English language, I could show my bachelor's in English, a very high IELTS score and I also studied abroad for 6 months at a university in the U.S. so I would be able to work also in an English-speaking environment.