I'm currently an undergraduate at Sciences Po, therefore I will definitely be accepted to these masters without admissions worries. However, I am having difficulty choosing between the aforementioned programs.
Specifically, Finance and Strategy seems to ensure a job at the end of the 2 years, however, you will probably end up in auditing or consulting. My worry is that all of these jobs seem to have a very bad work-life balance, and I wouldn't like working 12 hours a day without breaks. On the other hand, I know less about the International Economic Policy master.
Does anyone have any experience with these masters or have some recommendations for me?
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