Currently in my second year studying BA Management. Since we're close to summer holidays now I just thought maybe I'll start doing some research about Master courses...
Almost done with my second year, GPA should be somewhere around 3.0-3.5. I'm looking at business schools with business-related courses. As a BA student, I'm definitely not really keen on the quantitative courses (e.g. economics, finance, statistics etc). I've been looking into a few courses so far, with LSE's MSc Risk & Finance being the one I would like to apply to. Since it's not pure finance, its not that math-intensive, although the requirements does state that a bit of maths is required, I think I should be up to the challenge.
I know this will be quite a vague question, but any graduates out there studying in a business school that can provide me advice about what good (possibly top) courses that would suit me? I want to do something either finance-related or something to do with human resource & strategy. The downfall at the moment though is that since I'm already doing a management degree for my bachelors, many business schools (e.g. Warwick, Imperial) do not accept students for their MSc management programmes if they did business or management in their previous degree.. ):
Can't decide what to apply for Masters...! (Business-related) Watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-05-2013 23:29
- 14-05-2013 00:26
Look at the employability and starting salaries of what the potential courses may lead to see if that has a sway on things