EADA MSc in international Finance?


dufus

hey everybody,Alot of you seem to know quite a lot about the business schools in spain.I have gotten admission into the Msc in international Finance programme at EADA...what are the odds for a non-eu citizen of getting a job in spain or europe after getting an msc int finance...thanks
regards

hey everybody,Alot of you seem to know quite a lot about the business schools in spain.I have gotten admission into the Msc in international Finance programme at EADA...what are the odds for a non-eu citizen of getting a job in spain or europe after getting an msc int finance...thanks
regards
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katalina

Hi dufus,
The rules are different depending on your origin. But generally speaking the way is to find an employer who specifically wants to employ you, and you'll have to argument with certain skills and know-how which you have, that no other potential employee on the market has.
I think that this will be easier to state with an MBA than with Msc, but finally it all depends on your ability to find a job/an employer.

Besides, there are many technical rules how to get a working permit, but theís, again, depends on which country you come from.

Hi dufus,
The rules are different depending on your origin. But generally speaking the way is to find an employer who specifically wants to employ you, and you'll have to argument with certain skills and know-how which you have, that no other potential employee on the market has.
I think that this will be easier to state with an MBA than with Msc, but finally it all depends on your ability to find a job/an employer.

Besides, there are many technical rules how to get a working permit, but theís, again, depends on which country you come from.
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dufus

thanks for the reply katalina..well am from pakistan..ive spoken to the programme coordinator at eada and i was told that only employers who would be intersted in doing some business in pakisatn would willingly hire me....or else id have to really be profficient in spanish to make my way thru into anyorganziation...am just wondering if the foreign big companies such as jpmorgan goldmansachs etc.. are willing to hire non-eu citizens in spain if a particular candidate fullfills thier critiera..newho thanks again
regards Momna

thanks for the reply katalina..well am from pakistan..ive spoken to the programme coordinator at eada and i was told that only employers who would be intersted in doing some business in pakisatn would willingly hire me....or else id have to really be profficient in spanish to make my way thru into anyorganziation...am just wondering if the foreign big companies such as jpmorgan goldmansachs etc.. are willing to hire non-eu citizens in spain if a particular candidate fullfills thier critiera..newho thanks again
regards Momna
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noya

Hello Momna,
Congrats for getting admitted. Looking at ur problem, I think it will be much easier to be recruited from more well-known schools than eada, schools such as iese or esade.I am thinking of applying to eada but still undecided because I don't speak spanish either.
Hope this helps

Hello Momna,
Congrats for getting admitted. Looking at ur problem, I think it will be much easier to be recruited from more well-known schools than eada, schools such as iese or esade.I am thinking of applying to eada but still undecided because I don't speak spanish either.
Hope this helps
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iuri

Hi Noya, hi Momna,
I thought that the fact that EADA is ranked in some of the important rankings, makes it a name helping MBA holders from EADA to be recruited by international companies. Wouldn't you say so?

Besides, in EADA SPanish and English are languages of instruction, does that mean I have to know Spanish to study there?

Otherwise, I've heard that Spanish is easy to learn, and that that min. one year the MBA will take, is far enough to learn it properly, even from the scratch.

Hi Noya, hi Momna,
I thought that the fact that EADA is ranked in some of the important rankings, makes it a name helping MBA holders from EADA to be recruited by international companies. Wouldn't you say so?

Besides, in EADA SPanish and English are languages of instruction, does that mean I have to know Spanish to study there?

Otherwise, I've heard that Spanish is easy to learn, and that that min. one year the MBA will take, is far enough to learn it properly, even from the scratch.
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noya

Hello iuri,
i think if it's mba, then i wouldn't hesitate. the problem is, MSc is considered ``lesser'' than an MBA, so if you take MSc, why don't go to more well-known unis? or might as well, taking the mba? that's what i think

speaking with my friends, international management MSc is btetter at uam/upf.. but the problem is.. they don't provide english class... maybe others can help on this

Cheers:)

btw, iuri, have you decided?

Hello iuri,
i think if it's mba, then i wouldn't hesitate. the problem is, MSc is considered ``lesser'' than an MBA, so if you take MSc, why don't go to more well-known unis? or might as well, taking the mba? that's what i think

speaking with my friends, international management MSc is btetter at uam/upf.. but the problem is.. they don't provide english class... maybe others can help on this

Cheers:)

btw, iuri, have you decided?


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