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Hello friends! I have an offer from Cass, Lancaster and bath for MSC finance and from Henley business school for int securities banking finance icma. I have a GMAT of 680 and looking for the best option to crack in investment banking. I am from engineering background so not eligible at Warwick and lse deadline is passed. Please suggest the best option and if any other option that I must apply. I have very less time to revert to Cass. So need your suggestions urgently.
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In all fairness they will all get you to where you want to get to.

My opinion on all campuses.

Cass is a separate entity as I'm sure you well know and it is probably the best environment to prepare yourself for a career in the city. Global, Multicultural, Cosmopolitan and great opportunities for internships and I understand all M.Sc.'s have a compulsory internship at Christmas.

The University of Reading Business School and the Henley MBA should be two different things and I don't like anything other than the MBA being referred to as Henley,but of course they merged. The ICMA is highly regarded as like Cass and offers a very specialised course you require.

Bath is a nice campus, a very nice city and cheaper living costs. Probably the most relaxing and calmest place to study.

I don't know much about Lancaster but I gather it's very similar to Bath.

These are all reputable courses so it's up to you on location, costs and pace of life.
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Thanks a lot man. Can you suggest me if I should apply to any other university if you have any better name on your mind.

As per your words, Cass sounds a better option among them. Living costs and fee aren't a major concern but prospects post graduation are, as I am an international student. All these schools have serious criticism on their other pages on this forum, but you know its always a matter of choice. Its a decision of a lifetime and I just wish to count my chickens before they hatch.

I am really torn among Cass, Henley and Lancaster. Lancaster is the only one that features in world's top 50 rankings for finance. Henley has max % of graduates employed within 3 months and Cass has London. Race is getting really hot. I'll be obliged for your help
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Hello. I am from India and have got offers for masters from 1. University of Reading (Henley business school) - MSc International Business 2. Strathclyde University- Masters in International Banking and Finance 3. University of Exeter -MSc International Management. Exeter has a Study abroad opportunity for a semester at * Mannheim Business School (Germany) * Copenhagen Business School (Denmark) * SDA Bocconi School of Management (Italy) * HEC Lausanne (Switzerland) Reading is also planning an abroad visit this year. I am also expecting an offer from Cranfield in Ms Management. I am a commerce graduate from Mumbai University, India. And was simultaneously pursuing Chartered Accountancy and Company secretary. I plan to be back to India after the course and take on the reins of the family business along with trading in the equity market. So either of the courses content would be relevant to me. I am also awaiting responses from warwick lse and imperial. But need to choose amongst the one I got offers from for now. Which University would be the best choice for me? Apologies for the long post. And Thanks
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