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    Hi guys,

    I woul like to get some comparison on MiF (part-time) programme between doing it LBS and LSE. I work as a business analyst for an investment bank (dealing with risk management and pricing projects in IT department, but getting lots of product and model exposure, dealing with traders and QR). I have a 6 years of experience and did my MBA (not in a very reputable uni. in US).


    I have been to an open evening in LBS, held for the MiF programme. It seemed programme is more for hardcore finance people (having said that they do get people from other areas related to finance somehow similar to my background).

    However I do not have an idea about the profile of the people in MiF in LSE. I hear it is more for people fresh from university.

    After I finish my study in one of those schools, I would like to move to another area such as investment management, portfolio management or research.

    LBS seems more serious in terms of eliminiating as it requires GMAT and does interview with the candidates. Will I be losing a lot if I go with LSE or what is your opinion?

    Thanks in advance
 
 
 
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