I'm finishing my bachelor in Economics at Bocconi, and I want to continue my studies in Finance.
Even though MSc in Finance at Bocconi is highly ranked, I've heard the majority of students attending this course saying it is uselessly difficult, with an exaggerated amount of theoretical study and no focus at all on preparing students to enter the work world. Everyone regrets not going abroad.
I'd like to know if choosing a different university, such as St Gallen, of Frankfurt school over Bocconi would be the dumbest idea ever. Is it the same if I instead choose LSE or HEC?