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    Hello Everyone,

    I am a 22 Lebanese man looking to travel for my masters degree, and so far I'm looking at Erasmus School of Economics.
    While I was considering UCLA or LSE, and I believe I could get accepted as I have a high gpa (3.8/4) and I feel like I could score well over 650 on my GMAT, I feel that Erasmus is still a good University with only 1/3 of the cost.

    These are the available masters

    Behavioural Economics
    Economics of Management and Organisation
    Entrepreneurship and Strategy Economics
    Financial Economics
    International Economics
    Health Economics
    Marketing
    Policy Economics
    Urban, Port & Transport Economics


    Which of these Masters would you say are the best for someone looking to get hired by "The Big 4" consulting firms?

    or even, as someone who loves a challenge and loves traveling, I wouldn't mind staying in the Netherlands for work there, I speak English, French and Arabic and I'm planning on learning Dutch before I move. Now I know this is very hard as an international student, but I would love to give it a shot.

    I think I might love International Economics the most, always looked forward for my Imports/Exports/Trade courses in my undergraduate work.


    Any Advice Would be appreciated !
    Do you think there could be better opportunities at UCLA or LSE?
    Do you think I'm making a good choice if I want to stay and find a job abroad?

    I also did an exchange program with my Uni at Sciences Po in Paris and I loved it there, I am also considering continuing my studies there as well...
 
 
 
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