FXCar
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Hi guys,


I'm thinking to apply for a Msc. Financial economics in Uk or Continental Europe and I'm a little worried about my profile.


Please be honest and tell me if my profile is good for a top universities programs or which universities according to my profile is better to apply, I would like LSE/Imperial/Warwick , or SSE, HEC, Bocconi..



Age: 30




Background:


2014 - Degree Business Administration and Management, with minor in finance. Spanish top university.
GPA (3.7/4)


2012-2013 - FRM I, II passed.


2011 - IMC I, II CFA UK passed


Erasmus in UoB .


Experience:


10 years as a manager in a insurance broker (department auto's and life products)


1 year propietary trading (2013)


Internship 6 month in a financial firm. (2014)


Trading with forex the last 2 years (with my own money and friends)


Another certifications:


GMAT 720
IELTS 8




My biggest problem I think is my age, I wanted to change my profesional career and because of this I started a degree and put my maximum effort to achieve the best grades and try to improve my resume.


Another things: volunteer of some causes, member of an trading association , sportsman..


Thanks a lot!
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First question- what is your long-term career goal? What do you want to gain from your MSc?
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