Hi, I am stuck between the abovementioned two options. I will graduate with an Hons. degree in Economics in a few months and am planning to apply to European b-schools. I wanted to know which one of the two will have better career development prospects and the possibility to move country (eventually working in my home country- India). Ive heard that the MiM degree doesn't hold much value in India.
Furthermore, if anyone could list out the pros and cons of each from the point of view of an economics graduate who is interested in planning, strategy, and managing teams. Im aware that a specialised course such as finance should be more in demand than an MiM, which is a relatively new course. But would a jump from economics to finance be too large such that the curriculum be very esoteric? On the other hand, would a shift from economics to management be too wide or are there some commonalities?
Please help, it'll be very appreciated.