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    I would love to take the MSc in Finance and Private Equity in LSE (mainly because i am very interested in private equity), however i have already taken a MSc in Finance (different uni, 2 years ago).

    Do you find any disadvantages by doing a second master in Finance although in different university and probably few different courses.

    Is it going to be a waste of time and money ?

    Do you know any other reputable university that offers MSc in private equity and isnt that focused in finance as LSE programme ?

    thank you all in advance for your replies :yep:

    I'd say it is a waste of money anyway to specialize in an unsustainable biz such as private equity.. (jk :P)

    Most universities allow you to take a look at the courses they offer, including core papers etc., take a look there and if there's too much overlap I wouldnt do it. Besides, don't you learn more in bank intern/traineeships working 80h/wk in presentations and spreadsheets of mayor real pe deals?

    You might take a look at the Dutch universities as well - Rotterdam has a really good finance department.

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