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Jun 15, 2017

Which master?
What's your goal?
Help us to understand your points bro

Jun 15, 2017

Hi and thanks for your answer!

I've heard about the Msc in Wealth Management, they have a partnership with Societe Generale (4 months rotational program during the masters year), main goal would be to get in PWM, start in Europe and possibly move to the US after a couple years

Best regards

Jun 15, 2017

Seems a good idea. Check if they have double degree options or exchange with USA partners! SciencesPo has great brand

Jun 16, 2017

Sounds like a good choice. Assuming that you'd do well in PWM and end up building your own book, a move from the US would be very difficult as you'd have to start from scratch again. Just a thought

Jun 15, 2017

has anyone attended Sciences Po on here? I'd appreciate a quick PM or reply, as I would like to ask a few questions.

Thanks!

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Nov 27, 2017

I didn't.

But a close high school friend of mine aced it there: Summer at Centerview that led to FT offer, followed by a London PE internship.

And now, he's considering applying for MBB consulting positions. Quite frankly, the school opened a lot of doors for him.

On LinkedIn, I hand-picked some graduates working as Analysts for Deutsche and Citi (Tier 1, but in Paris, not London, unfortunately).

Big problem for non french-speakers is that the Master of Finance and Strategy is delivered in french. Hopefully, they'll change that in the coming years. The school is trying to emulate LSE in all regards.

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Jun 15, 2017

Thanks a lot, I saw Sciences po as the french LSE