I am currently enrolled on a MSc in Finance,Investments and Risk at the University of Kent having completed my undergrad in Economics and Finance from Birmingham City University
Also my current MSc has a wide range of subject areas and modules, I feel that upon graduating I'll have the mathematical and theoretical skills to enter into any form of quantitative role in finance but not the computational skills needed such as computational finance and programming so i was considering another MSc potentially part time such as MSc Financial Engineering, Financial Computing, Computational Finance.
My Main worry is how this will look on my CV as i have come across quite a few sites saying a 2nd masters could do more harm than good and show lack of focus etc
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2nd Masters Degree in Finance, Worth it? watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-02-2018 21:21