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Hi

I am planning to pursue an MBA and I have Masters in Law and Finance. I want to pivot to a more finance focused role post MBA. What roles can I target?

I have a 315 GRE which may be low for Investment Banking pivot but I still can move there after few years of experience.

[Edited by harshchopra89 on Apr 05, 2021]

Hi

I am planning to pursue an MBA and I have Masters in Law and Finance. I want to pivot to a more finance focused role post MBA. What roles can I target?

I have a 315 GRE which may be low for Investment Banking pivot but I still can move there after few years of experience.
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Duncan

Why not take a FT-ranked MiF? You will be able to get into a better school, spend less, get a more relevant education and have a higher chance of placement. 

Why not take a FT-ranked MiF? You will be able to get into a better school, spend less, get a more relevant education and have a higher chance of placement. 
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Why not take a FT-ranked MiF? You will be able to get into a better school, spend less, get a more relevant education and have a higher chance of placement. 


But without prior work experience in finance, say for example I will get in HEC Paris?

[quote]Why not take a FT-ranked MiF? You will be able to get into a better school, spend less, get a more relevant education and have a higher chance of placement.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>But without prior work experience in finance, say for example I will get in HEC Paris?
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Duncan

No work experience is need for the MIF at HEC. I am surprised that is not obvious to you from their website. 

No work experience is need for the MIF at HEC. I am surprised that is not obvious to you from their website.&nbsp;
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No work experience is need for the MIF at HEC. I am surprised that is not obvious to you from their website. 


Should I try for their MBA?

[quote]No work experience is need for the MIF at HEC. I am surprised that is not obvious to you from their website.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Should I try for their MBA?
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Duncan

Only if that is the best school for your goals. 

Only if that is the best school for your goals.&nbsp;
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