I need your help in deciding which Msc finance program to choose. I have offers from the following schools:
1)Warwick Msc Finance
2)Cass- Msc Finance, Msc Investment Management
3)Rotterdam school of management- Msc Finance & investment
4) Vlerick school of management- Masters in financial Management
5) Lancaster- Msc Finance.
A bit about myself:
I am a non-eu student. Graduated from Deakin University, Melbourne with a B.Com degree majoring in finance & financial planning.
I have work experience of nearly 2years (by the time i join for masters) in a venture capital/ commercial finance private company a Finance Executive.
Am also preparing for CFA level 1. I am more inclined towards corporate finance than investment management. Am comfortable in working any part of the world upon graduation but would prefer Singapore or London.
I need your help in deciding which university will be the best for me given I'm a non-eu student and might not be able to work there upon graduation as per current rules stand. So a degree with global recognition is what I need.
I know schools like LSB,LSE are world renowned but I don't fit the criteria for such schools.