UniCredit Graduate Scheme vs Imperial College Msc Invest.& Wealth Management Watch

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Hello to everybody

I need some help

Briefly: I am 22 years old Bsc graduate from University of Siena in Banking Science - Financial Markets, (did a gap year at Oxford Brookes UK). I worked as off cycle Intern in Equity Derivatives at UniCredit Markets 6 mths.

I have recently received an offer from the Imperial College London Msc I&WM, which is great - i really love that programme! The trouble: one week after I was offered a place at the UniCredit Graduate Scheme, as my boss said that he will sponsor me 100% sure, so it's very likely I will get a place at the end.

The graduate scheme lasts only for 1 year and I will have the opportunity to rotate across varying desks of Equity Derivatives S&T (London, Munich and Milan). The point is that I don't I want to stay at UniCredit and I would rather look for a more global bank in London (My target is GS).

On the other hand I have no clue how much an Msc at Imperial can be relevat to find a place in a global bank in London. The expense is quite high. At the same time I don't know how a graduate scheme in my CV can make a real impact. I have cosidered also to pay the deposit to Imperial, do the UC scheme for one year and then go to take the Msc after one year - possibily it would result in a two years programme which is not that bad.

Which one would you go for? please share any idea you have

I am very confused at the monement as you can see
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(Original post by deddel)
Hello to everybody

I need some help

Briefly: I am 22 years old Bsc graduate from University of Siena in Banking Science - Financial Markets, (did a gap year at Oxford Brookes UK). I worked as off cycle Intern in Equity Derivatives at UniCredit Markets 6 mths.

I have recently received an offer from the Imperial College London Msc I&WM, which is great - i really love that programme! The trouble: one week after I was offered a place at the UniCredit Graduate Scheme, as my boss said that he will sponsor me 100% sure, so it's very likely I will get a place at the end.

The graduate scheme lasts only for 1 year and I will have the opportunity to rotate across varying desks of Equity Derivatives S&T (London, Munich and Milan). The point is that I don't I want to stay at UniCredit and I would rather look for a more global bank in London (My target is GS).

On the other hand I have no clue how much an Msc at Imperial can be relevat to find a place in a global bank in London. The expense is quite high. At the same time I don't know how a graduate scheme in my CV can make a real impact. I have cosidered also to pay the deposit to Imperial, do the UC scheme for one year and then go to take the Msc after one year - possibily it would result in a two years programme which is not that bad.

Which one would you go for? please share any idea you have

I am very confused at the monement as you can see
Hey man! what did you do in the end? puoi scrivermi in private? grazie!!
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I'd take the graduate programme, you can do the masters the year after but you probably won't get this chance again at unicredit.
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