Columbia SPS, ESCP, Cass, EDHEC


Hi, I'm graduated in Finance from a top private business school in Italy but I'm planning to take another MSc abroad. My goal is investment banking in Italy or UK.
My options are:
1) MSc in Actuarial Science or Applied Analytics at Columbia University School of Professional Studies in New York
2) MSc in Corporate Finance and Banking at EDHEC in Nice
3)MSc in Management and Business Law at ESCP Europe in Paris
4)MSc in Investment Management at Cass in London

Columbia has the most recognised brand but Columbia SPS is much less selective than Columbia Business School, EDHEC is very respected for finance, ESCP is a strong brand in Europe. What's your advice?

Hi, I'm graduated in Finance from a top private business school in Italy but I'm planning to take another MSc abroad. My goal is investment banking in Italy or UK.
My options are:
1) MSc in Actuarial Science or Applied Analytics at Columbia University School of Professional Studies in New York
2) MSc in Corporate Finance and Banking at EDHEC in Nice
3)MSc in Management and Business Law at ESCP Europe in Paris
4)MSc in Investment Management at Cass in London

Columbia has the most recognised brand but Columbia SPS is much less selective than Columbia Business School, EDHEC is very respected for finance, ESCP is a strong brand in Europe. What's your advice?
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Duncan

Only Cass will help you in any way, from this list.

Only Cass will help you in any way, from this list.
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Thanks Duncan. And what do you think about Bocconi Mafinrisk?

Thanks Duncan. And what do you think about Bocconi Mafinrisk?
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Duncan

Nice pre-experience programme for quants.

Nice pre-experience programme for quants.
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mba hipste...

You might want to consult the FT's Master in Finance ranking. Typically you'll want to stick to pursuing a program in the places where you want to work (UK or Italy). The Bocconi program you mentioned, or the school's great Master of Science in Finance program - would be good options.

Otherwise, UK programs like Imperial's MSc Investment & Wealth Management or Warwick's straight MSc Finance would be decent choices.

You might want to consult the FT's Master in Finance ranking. Typically you'll want to stick to pursuing a program in the places where you want to work (UK or Italy). The Bocconi program you mentioned, or the school's great Master of Science in Finance program - would be good options.

Otherwise, UK programs like Imperial's MSc Investment & Wealth Management or Warwick's straight MSc Finance would be decent choices.
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