I ve been accepted by ESADE for the Msc Finance and by RSM for the MScBA Finance & Investment. I am now trying decide where to go. Obviously Barcelona is a more attractive city than Rotterdam but the program is brand new. RSM's course is a CFA program partner and the school has realy attractive exchange Unis such as Wharton in the US or HEC in France. I think both schools have a very well established reputation and career prospects are similar too. I guess overall RSM is the better choice. What do you guys think? Where would you go?
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ESADE vs. RSM Msc Finance watch
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- 20-05-2009 09:22
- 19-11-2018 12:19
ESADE vs RSM, I am in the same situation. Anyone can help?
I graduated from Msc Finance at ESADE in June and I gotta admit that I have made a great decision to achieve my master's degree at ESADE. First of all you are correct about the attractiveness of the cities. Barcelona is more dynamic and is always with a lot of movements - its strong high tech vibe has also attracted a lot of tech start ups and PE capitals. The MFIN program itself is well-suited for students who want to develop a career in Finance (Banking, Asset Management etc.). It's also a CFA partner and the program curriculum prepares you for the CFA exams - I already passed CFA I. ESADE also has a good bundle of business schools affiliates - I went to LSE for exchange and it was awesome. A few months before the final term ended I already received offers from IBD in Dubai, data analytics in London and AM in Toronto. I chose the latter eventually.
Welcome to contact me if you had any question.