I currently hold offers from the ESCP MiM (two years), Imperial MSc Finance and Accounting (one year) and the Master in Finance at IE (one year). After some research on all three, I am still hesitant as to which to choose.
My goal is to end up on a leveraged finance desk in London, although wouldn't mind working in Paris.
-BSc in politics and economics from a top 4 London uni with 2:1 (63) & 680 GMAT
-fluent French and English
-6 months internship within the levfin division of a small European bank in Paris (although with a solid reputation in Paris) + a couple on small internships in equity research
I'm slightly leaning towards the ESCP MiM as the two-year structure would give me time to add another internship on my CV. Although, I've been told the Imperial and IE programmes place very well in the City and have the advantage of being much more focused on the technical skills I'm trying to develop.
Any thoughts on this would be much appreciated.