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    Hi guys,

    I was wondering whether you guys could give your 2 cents on my chances of being admitted to the following programmes:
    - MSc Finance at Imperial Business (or Investment/Wealth Management since they are quite similar)
    - MSc Finance & Mathematics at Imperial College
    - MSc Finance at LSE
    - MSc Financial Mathematics at LSE
    - MSc Financial Economics Oxford Said

    From the Netherlands and I have an Economics bachelor (7.5/10) and almost in possession of an Econometrics (basically a math/statistics degree) bachelor as well (8/10). I have quite some "social" ec (student society), but also work experience and IB internship for 4 months in the coming months. I also played sports (golf) at a national level. I plan on applying in sept/oct 2017 for the 2018 MSc

    Do some of you guys know how quantitative the Finance/Financial Economics masters are at Imperial, LSE, Oxford considering my background in econometrics? It seems that one of the "prized" aspects at Imperial is how quantitative it is, but i find it difficult to conclude whether this is really the case, or whether students with a undergrad in business/economics/finance just think this is the case.

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