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I was wondering any MSc finance student over here who are going to start in Sep 19. And also current and past students experience if at all anyone would like to share and what are pros and cons...
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Yeah, what unis have you applied for?
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I have applied in Cardiff , UEA, Aston .... and already have offer from all three ... Currently looking to pick one with good employment opportunities after course as an international student. And how’s the Cardiff uni for MSc Finance experience
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I don’t know about Cardiff and UEA but I know Aston is on FT ranking for MSc finance http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoo...xperience-2018
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I am keen on Aston too for now...but they r offering different course of Accounting & Finance...
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I don’t know about Cardiff and UEA but I know Aston is on FT ranking for MSc finance http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoo...xperience-2018
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Research these unis following criteria such as: course content (is it something you will need in your future job) facilities( are there any data stream rooms such as Thomson or Bloomberg) then career prospects (go on LinkedIn then find the company you want to work for and apply more filters to see how many employees come from particular university) speak to the current students on LinkedIn to find out what the like/dislike about the course then put all that together and you will get a bigger picture where you want to go to... don’t worry to much about rankings I’ve been to open days at imperial in Jan which is like top ten in the world and first in U.K. for MSc finance and the students there had not secured any internships which is awful considering that most of banks have deadlines for November December
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I am keen on Aston too for now...but they r offering different course of Accounting & Finance...
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Thanks for all the help..i researched first 2 points you mentioned and last one was the only thing i didnt looked at, so i will be going through that...which course are you planning?
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Research these unis following criteria such as: course content (is it something you will need in your future job) facilities( are there any data stream rooms such as Thomson or Bloomberg) then career prospects (go on LinkedIn then find the company you want to work for and apply more filters to see how many employees come from particular university) speak to the current students on LinkedIn to find out what the like/dislike about the course then put all that together and you will get a bigger picture where you want to go to... don’t worry to much about rankings I’ve been to open days at imperial in Jan which is like top ten in the world and first in U.K. for MSc finance and the students there had not secured any internships which is awful considering that most of banks have deadlines for November December
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