Hello fellow primates !
I am currently signed up for the 2010 december level I CFA exam and I am looking forward to start a masters degree in Europe. Now here's the thing, while checking the Msc finance curriculum of several schools (top fifteen masters on FT ranking), I realised that many of them where based on the CFA level I curriculum.
My question now is: would it make more strategic sence to do a Msc in management that is more general given the fact that I already learned most of the things taught in an Msc in finance ? Or should I got for the Msc in finance anyways ? After my Msc I would like to work in IB.