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    Dear Members ,

    firstly its my pleasure to be part of this super informative site.

    Currently I’m filling my applications to study Management Msc at the following universities:

    UCL, Imperial and Kings college.

    I hold a bachelor degree in finance with 2nd merit. After graduation on 2011 I've joined PwC advisory department as a trainee consultant then a consultant and now I’m a senior consultant. The question is do I have a good chances to receive an offer? I’m a bit worried because I want a top business school in London which doesn't require GMAT , and after reading many reviews my schools ranking would be :

    UCL then Imperial then Kings.

    I’m I on the right acceptance track or those colleges if not how can I maximize my acceptance chances ?

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    Dear Members ,

    firstly its my pleasure to be part of this super informative site.

    Currently I’m filling my applications to study Management Msc at the following universities:

    UCL, Imperial and Kings college.

    I hold a bachelor degree in finance with 2nd merit. After graduation on 2011 I've joined PwC advisory department as a trainee consultant then a consultant and now I’m a senior consultant. The question is do I have a good chances to receive an offer? I’m a bit worried because I want a top business school in London which doesn't require GMAT , and after reading many reviews my schools ranking would be :

    UCL then Imperial then Kings.

    I’m I on the right acceptance track or those colleges if not how can I maximize my acceptance chances ?

    Regards,
    Hi Ahmed 87

    Welcome to TSR

    I'm not sure whether those are the best places to study Management I'm afraid, but I know they're reputed to be good universities

    Your professional experience sounds good and very relevant, so it sounds like you'll have a strong application. Is a 'second merit' the same as a 2:1?
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    I don't really how to convert my GPA to British standards, but its 3.4 / 4.

    And regarding the best schools to study Management , after a thorough research I found that UCL, Imperial, Kings are the best in London plus universities Like Warwick , Bristol and Reading . Am I right or you have other choices in mind ?

    Regards,
    Ahmed
 
 
 

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