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I am from India. I am considering Brunel University London for MSc Business Finance for January 2022 intake.

I know it's not a highly-ranked business school, but if I put my efforts and work hard, can I still get a good job in finance in London being an Indian?

[Edited by Omkar Kulkarni on Aug 25, 2021]

I am from India. I am considering Brunel University London for MSc Business Finance for January 2022 intake. <br>
I know it's not a highly-ranked business school, but if I put my efforts and work hard, can I still get a good job in finance in London being an Indian?
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Duncan

I guess an MSc in business finance is focussed on corporate finance? I'm not sure what you consider to be a good job, but to work in corporate finance you should consider a degree in accounting, ideally with CIMA accreditation. 

I guess an MSc in business finance is focussed on corporate finance? I'm not sure what you consider to be a good job, but to work in corporate finance you should consider a degree in accounting, ideally with CIMA accreditation.&nbsp;
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I guess an MSc in business finance is focussed on corporate finance? I'm not sure what you consider to be a good job, but to work in corporate finance you should consider a degree in accounting, ideally with CIMA accreditation. 


Hey
Yes, the course has CIMA accreditation. I am targeting roles such as corporate finance, investment banking, financial consulting, etc.
But I want to enquire regarding the Brunel University business school. 
If I put my efforts being an International student, can I still get a good job in finance in London despite completing masters from an average business school?


[Edited by Omkar Kulkarni on Aug 25, 2021]

[quote]I guess an MSc in business finance is focussed on corporate finance? I'm not sure what you consider to be a good job, but to work in corporate finance you should consider a degree in accounting, ideally with CIMA accreditation.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hey<br>Yes, the course has CIMA accreditation. I am targeting roles such as corporate finance, investment banking, financial consulting, etc.<br>But I want to enquire regarding the Brunel University business school.&nbsp;<br>If I put my efforts being an International student, can I still get a good job in finance in London despite completing masters from an average business school?<br><br><br>
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Duncan

These are very different roles. You will not get into IB from Brunel, obviously. 

These are very different roles. You will not get into IB from Brunel, obviously.&nbsp;
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These are very different roles. You will not get into IB from Brunel, obviously. 


Then what kind of roles can I get in finance from Brunel?
Is getting a job in finance domain as an International candidate hard after completing masters from an average business schools like Brunel? 
I am ready to put all my efforts.

[quote]These are very different roles. You will not get into IB from Brunel, obviously.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Then what kind of roles can I get in finance from Brunel?<br>Is getting a job in finance domain as an International candidate hard after completing masters from an average business schools like Brunel?&nbsp;<br>I am ready to put all my efforts.
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Duncan

Looking at LinkedIn for Brunel people with MSc and "business finance" in their profiles, it seems like around half of the alumni with that profile leave the UK and half stay (that includes people with their undergrad business finance degrees who completed an MSc elsehwre). There are no firms that recruit large number of people from that MSc, but the major employers in the UK are:
HSBC
Deutsche Bank
Deloitte.
EY.

A good example is: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anoop-dhir-76a4881a 

I'd say, yes, it's hard to get a UK job after this degree. And this will be a challenging year at Brunel Business School: "students on all programmes can normally anticipate approx. of 20 hours of on-campus in-person teaching each term". 

Looking at LinkedIn for Brunel people with MSc and "business finance" in their profiles, it seems like around half of the alumni with that profile leave the UK and half stay (that includes people with their undergrad business finance degrees who completed an MSc elsehwre). There are no firms that recruit large number of people from that MSc, but the major employers in the UK are:<br>HSBC<br>Deutsche Bank<br>Deloitte.<br>EY.<br><br>A good example is: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anoop-dhir-76a4881a&nbsp;<br><br>I'd say, yes, it's hard to get a UK job after this degree. And this will be a challenging year at Brunel Business School: "students on all programmes can normally anticipate approx. of 20 hours of on-campus in-person teaching each term".&nbsp;
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