MSc in Finance: Bocconi vs ESSEC
I have been admitted to Bocconi and ESSEC for a Master of Science in Finance. At ESSEC I have been admitted to the two-year program, because I hold a 3-year Bachelor's degree. I am italian and I speak also English and French. I have done a 6-month internship, but I don't have any finance experience.
I would like to work in Investment Banking at the beginning, and later on in Private Equity. Anyway, as I said, I have little work experience, so this is just an idea.
How do these two programs compare? Which one would you choose in my situation?
What is relevant to me: reputation, placement opportunities, career prospect
What is NOT relevant to me: tuition fees, campus/countryside vs city (Cergy vs Milan), future job location
Thanks a lot!