HEC-Lausanne,Master in Finance


Hello everyone! I would like to ask for a piece of information about the Master inFinance in the HEC-Lausanne(Switzerland) ! Does anyone know about it or picked that program! I would be grateful if anyone could give me an insight about it! Any information can be useful!

Thanks in advance!
Hello everyone! I would like to ask for a piece of information about the Master inFinance in the HEC-Lausanne(Switzerland) ! Does anyone know about it or picked that program! I would be grateful if anyone could give me an insight about it! Any information can be useful!

Thanks in advance!
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Duncan
It's a CFA partner programme ranked by the FT so the curriculum will be unsurprising and the students and faculty will be very good. Lausanne is an expensive and cute French-speaking city. What more could you want to know?
It's a CFA partner programme ranked by the FT so the curriculum will be unsurprising and the students and faculty will be very good. Lausanne is an expensive and cute French-speaking city. What more could you want to know?
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It's a CFA partner programme ranked by the FT so the curriculum will be unsurprising and the students and faculty will be very good. Lausanne is an expensive and cute French-speaking city. What more could you want to know?


First of all what is a CFA partner!? I guess the FT ranking is a good thing! Can I "survive" there with English only? In addition I would like to know about career services! Are they gonna help me secure a job after graduation? My undergraduate degree is on Mathematics.is this a problem for the admission or not??
[quote]It's a CFA partner programme ranked by the FT so the curriculum will be unsurprising and the students and faculty will be very good. Lausanne is an expensive and cute French-speaking city. What more could you want to know?[/quote]

First of all what is a CFA partner!? I guess the FT ranking is a good thing! Can I "survive" there with English only? In addition I would like to know about career services! Are they gonna help me secure a job after graduation? My undergraduate degree is on Mathematics.is this a problem for the admission or not??
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Duncan
Google CFA Partner Program.

You will survive there easily as a student. If you don't speak French, I am not sure what sort of work you can find. Ask them. Since it is one of the least costly MiF degrees, I assume they do not have dedicated careers staff.
Google CFA Partner Program.

You will survive there easily as a student. If you don't speak French, I am not sure what sort of work you can find. Ask them. Since it is one of the least costly MiF degrees, I assume they do not have dedicated careers staff.
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Google CFA Partner Program.

You will survive there easily as a student. If you don't speak French, I am not sure what sort of work you can find. Ask them. Since it is one of the least costly MiF degrees, I assume they do not have dedicated careers staff.


So,considering the fact that my undergraduate degree is on Mathematics and I can speak excellent English (+IELTS 7.5) but no other international language, which Masters in Finance do you propose me? I'm considering in taking GMAT too(Worth it?) in order to be able to get accepted in good schools!
[quote]Google CFA Partner Program.

You will survive there easily as a student. If you don't speak French, I am not sure what sort of work you can find. Ask them. Since it is one of the least costly MiF degrees, I assume they do not have dedicated careers staff.[/quote]

So,considering the fact that my undergraduate degree is on Mathematics and I can speak excellent English (+IELTS 7.5) but no other international language, which Masters in Finance do you propose me? I'm considering in taking GMAT too(Worth it?) in order to be able to get accepted in good schools!
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Duncan
This depends on your goals and resources. Why not take a year and learn excellent French?
This depends on your goals and resources. Why not take a year and learn excellent French?
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laurie
Would you consider UK schools? Cambridge's MSc Financial Economics is a well-ranked program and has good international mobility stats.
Would you consider UK schools? Cambridge's MSc Financial Economics is a well-ranked program and has good international mobility stats.
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This depends on your goals and resources. Why not take a year and learn excellent French?


I have to choose between learning excellent French or taking the GMAT test! I was about to choose the GMAT..do you believe that learning French is more worthy?

Thanks!
[quote]This depends on your goals and resources. Why not take a year and learn excellent French?[/quote]

I have to choose between learning excellent French or taking the GMAT test! I was about to choose the GMAT..do you believe that learning French is more worthy?

Thanks!
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Would you consider UK schools? Cambridge's MSc Financial Economics is a well-ranked program and has good international mobility stats.


I still think about them cause of Brexit...I absolutely agree with the MSc of Cambridge but is a very expensive one if you consider the costs of living in London ... what about the MSc in University of Dublin? What's your opinion?

Thanks in advance!
[quote]Would you consider UK schools? Cambridge's MSc Financial Economics is a well-ranked program and has good international mobility stats.[/quote]

I still think about them cause of Brexit...I absolutely agree with the MSc of Cambridge but is a very expensive one if you consider the costs of living in London ... what about the MSc in University of Dublin? What's your opinion?

Thanks in advance!
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