Doubting about what Masters to do for 2019-2020. My ambition is to become an international banker in Asia specifically, able to go to e.g. Hong Kong and Singapore. I am currently thinking about the following options, but not sure which is the best, any help is MUCH, MUCH appreciated!;
- MSc in Finance at Imperial College Business School.
- MSc in Contemporary China Studies at Oxford University (Unconventional, I know, but have my eyes set on China in particular and already trust my Finance skills are good)
- MSc in Economic History at LSE (Biggest name for London, although I am primarily interested in working in Asia)
- MSc in Finance at RSM (Being Dutch, this is almost free education for me, but a masters degree I will take SOLELY for the certificate; already know all the content)
I can not do the GMAT due to me sucking at high pressure one-off tests, hence why I have to choose strategically and pick masters that don't require it.
If it matters, my background;
Top 5-10% of my finance undergrad class, Cum Laude, honours programme and now doing a year of internships in M&A's, about to go PwC CF, and private equity at Dutch PE houses, or more M&A's if I love the experience.
Thank you for reading. <3