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    I've been offered a place for the MSc Finance at the University of St Andrews (with the option to change to the MSc International Strategy & Economics within the first two weeks)!

    What do you think? Should I accept the offer?:confused:
    What is the reputation of the program/university?:confused:
    What companies recruit from St Andrews? I'm especially interested in Management Consultancies or IBs (M&A)...

    I also have applications pending for Oxford (MSc Financial Economics), Cambridge (MPhil Finance) and LSE (MSc Accounting & Finance/MSc Finance & Economics) - GMAT 700; 4 yrs. work exp. @ MNC; first degree in International Management (with emphasis on finance) from a German university (all grades >90%) - do I stand a chance?


    No idea about the others, but I currently take Economics at St Andrews and I have to say the lecturers are a bit boring (then again, it's what it is)... but the uni is amazing! I am having the most fun with the most amazing people-- it's well worth going there.

    And it's a reputable establishment; we were founded in 1409 you know! :P
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