I am thinking of applying, when the window opens, to study a MSC in financial economics at Oxbridge. My scores in the GMAT are in line with what they expect, and I am confident with my personal statement + references + CV (Internships, biz, tennis captain etc), but do you think my 1st/2nd year degree scores will let me down?
Graduated from York with a 1st (75% average) final year 82% and I got 80% in my year abroad, but got 67% in 1st year and 62% in 2nd year.
Chances of getting oxbridge offer for MSC financial economics? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 19-05-2016 16:45
- 21-05-2016 11:10
You can always try, better to have tried and found out whatever the result than always what if.
There are lot's of brilliant alternatives out there, Queen Mary, King's, Bristol, Cass, poss HEC Paris for Intntl Finance.
Newcastle has a new campus in London offering M.Sc. International Banking and Finance for £5500.