Cass MSc Banking and International Finance

Help me decide before 6th June whether I should take up Cass' offer of MSc Banking and International Finance if I'm targeting IB in London. I'm an international student with work experience in non profit management for a year.
Any insights will be highly appreciated.

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  • Prospect in CorpDev
Jun 3, 2021 - 10:57am

realistically you aren't going to get into IB and it's a very long shot from a not well reputed uni in addition to a lack of any relevant or impressive experience and assuming not a prestigious undergrad. IB aint it chief

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  • Intern in IB-M&A
Jun 3, 2021 - 10:39pm

Man, I wish I would have done more research before choosing them over LSE for study abroad. I already got an IB internship this summer but def would have been good to know.

Jun 4, 2021 - 8:46am

It's a hard question because KCL isn't a finance school. The school's finance offering is very recent. The program also has a stronger rep int'l than domestically. 

Between the two, would think that Cass offers slightly better recruiting, but both are semi-targets.  

What are your other options? 

You'll find these two threads helpful:…

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