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    I'm interested in applying to Bocconi from Canada because I want to study in Europe. I'm planning to do a Bachelors in Finance and then a Masters in Finance somewhere in the UK. I've heard it's hard to graduate from there with some international students still writing exams 1-2 years after the third year and then people having difficulty finding employment with just the bachelors. Is this true? Will it be hard to get a scholarship being a non-EU applicant?
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