Profile Evaluation for Msc Finance

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I am looking at pursuing my Masters in Finance, and am unable to evaluate my chances for each university. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could guide me with the same, or provide me information on my chances for the universities listed.
Would there be any other universities that I could consider?

Thanks in advance.

HEC Paris
Rotterdam School of Management
University of Pennsylvania
Stockholm School of Economics
University of Mannheim

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Comments (7)

Feb 4, 2017

Prolly easier with a real gmat score

Feb 4, 2017

Any chance you could retake the GMAT? Your score is on the lower end for some of the more competitive schools you are applying to. I think the average GMAT for SSE/HEC Paris/Bocconi are around 700+ and Warwick might be around 700 as well. If you don't think you can improve your gmat score consider taking the GRE. It might be a better fit exam wise.

Also just curious, what's the methodology behind how you've chosen your schools? Where are you from and which country would you like to be employed in in the future?

Feb 5, 2017

Thank you for your reply!

I can retake my GMAT. As for the methodology in choosing the schools, I've chosen ones that offer the course that I want, and are reputable. I am from South Asia, and would like to be employed in Germany, Sweden or the Netherlands.

Since I'm a novice at this, it would be great if you could provide me with some information regarding what I should be looking at while shortlisting schools as I have failed to come up with a reasonable list.

Awaiting your reply.

Feb 4, 2017

Are you fluent in German, Swedish or Dutch?

Feb 4, 2017

What languages do you speak? In general its best to study where you'd like to work since it makes networking easier. So if you'd like to work in Sweden for example, it would be best to study in Sweden. If you don't speak the local language you may be fighting an uphill battle and have a difficult time in recruiting.

You have Warwick on your list so I'd assume you're willing to work in London. In that case you should probably also apply to Imperial and LSE. LSE MSc Finance may be a reach with your current GMAT, but their Accounting and Finance program is easier to get into and you'll still have the LSE brand to network with.

If you are convinced that you do not want to return to SEA then you should also be very cautious about studying in the US as immigrating there can be very difficult.

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Feb 5, 2017

I am an A2 level in German.

Feb 5, 2017