While I have time, I'd like to share my opinions or relevant facts about MSF, or MSc Finance program in the U.S. I also have friends who were in MAcc, MSc Marketing, and hopefully I can share whatever I can find. I was in a top (not MIT) MSF program. I'm grateful of my MSF, but now I'm with another MBA school.
I have no incentives or affiliations that would encourage me to speak favorably to any program, unlike some other gurus that members have found to promote some programs for the wrong reasons - that's why you see ridiculous monkey shit on my thread when I'm donating my free time for just social good.
This is not a profile evaluation - which I will ignore. check my previous WSO front page"MSF vs. MBA" thread for those general advice for your self-evaluation. MSc applications requires a lot of research, and if you got accepted with handholding, chances are you'll waste your $$ and time for the demanding, ultra-fast-paced business Master's. You ought to think thoroughly, and then I'm there to help you solve that tough question out there.
Unless you've been a total superstar, Opportunity cost of MSc is usually $65,000 or more. Without MSc, you save $65k and could earn more $$ and full-time experience, or save $400 per month on loans.
I hope to share my honest opinion for YOU to decide MSc and make YOUR money worth, and for that I will be direct.