MSc Advice **EUROPE**
Hello fellow monkeys,
I recently graduated from a UK university (non target one) with a 1st class degree in business management.
I have returned to my home country in SouthEasternEurope (think the Balkans) and have managed to land myself an internship in corporate banking (lending team) for a major/international bank.
I am seeking your advice on what schools in Europe to apply for (MSc in either Finance or Economics) , keep it mind that I want to work abroad for a few years (2-3, since in my country international experience is highly valued). I also don't want to take out loans to study abroad (my budget is around 10,000EUR with LIVING costs). This is why I have narrowed my choices down to these universities;
1. Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University - How expensive is Rotterdam to stay in? Do they manage to place candidates in the big international banks? I am specifically asking for PE/AM/IBD.
2. University of Geneva - I know that Geneva is incredibly expensive to stay in but is the university of Geneva better than RSM in placing candidates?
3. Sorbonne University PSME (the English masters) - if anyone knows if this programme is worth it, I would love to read your opinions/ suggestions.
4. Stockholm School of Economics - have read good things about it on this forum, but i would like to read more.
Languages: Fluent in : Russian, and English am currently learning French
Degree: Business Management 1st class from a non target UK uni
Thank you so much for taking you time to read my post!