11/7/16

I have a 3.0 GPA, major in finance, minor in statistics. Which schools should i apply to for MSC Fin? (EUROPE)

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11/7/16

We need more information as that's just a piece to the puzzle. It also depends on your gmat score, work experience, and the quality of your undergrad school (non-target or target).

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11/7/16

gmat score is pending. I have one internship experience (finance related) and one work experience (non finance related). I am currently at the American University of Paris. Not very known but not a bad school.

11/7/16

You have a decent background with a finance internship and you've taken a lot of quant courses (fin/stats), but your grades are lower than the average at most top msc programs, so I would suggest studying a lot for the GMAT and attempt to get a score close to 700. if you get 670+, apply to like ESADE, RSM, SSE, LBS, Boccini and if you get 700+, apply to all the top programs.

11/7/16

Thanks for the info.

11/7/16

Get a 700+ GMAT and you'll be fine. Have you looked at any universities in particular?

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11/7/16

Will try and do so. Ideally I would like to do my masters at one of the top french schools such has ESCP HEC etc.

11/7/16

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I'm talking about liquid. Rich enough to have your own jet. Rich enough not to waste time. Fifty, a hundred million dollars, buddy. A player. Or nothing.

See my Blog & AMA

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