MF or MFE? Vand,BC, Boruch,Nova and Tulane
I am a freshman in the forum so I would like to apologize If I don't follow some rules in the posts.
I have read many posts but as a friend here said, everyone's situation is a bit different.
First of all, I have a bachelor degree in finance and accounting, finance is my major with a 3,6 GPA (2nd in my class) from a European school not in the rankings of best schools.
Also my scores are: in Toefl 102 and in GMAT 640(Q:49 V:28)
I do not have any work experience because I have just finished my bachelor degree, but I have worked as tutor for a semester in my university in a lesson of financial and mathimatical applications in computers, (Maple and Matlab). Also I have a paper with econometric tests publiced.
However in my university there was not a strong interest in maths (only in statistics and econometrics) with only one course in maths. So I am good at calculus, linear equations, statistics and econometrics but I haven't taught differential equations. However, I love maths and I think that I am good at.
I also know MATLAB, Maple, spss and Eviews.
I am interesting in a master related to finance, but I don't know if it is better to choose a master in finance or a master in financial engineering. Do u think that if i study in the summer before I will manage a MsFE? Or should I only look for MsF? Which from both gives me more chances to find a job?
Finally, I would like to ask you your opinion about some universities which I am interested in and my possibilities to be accepted.
Boston College master in finance
Baruch Master Financial Engineering
Baruch MBA in Finance?
Do u have other universities to add?
I am looking for universities not very expensive in their overall cost (tuition fees 20-35,000) and to provide me with a high possibility of employment. I dont have a problem if it will be F/O, M/O or B/O.