MSc Finance in UK vs. Ireland


Hi, I am B.Com graduate from Delhi University, 2018 with work experience of almost 3 years in accounts and finance. I have an offer letter from University of St. Andrews for Msc Finance, Cranfield University for Msc Finance and Management and Trinity College Dublin for Msc Finance. I am really very confused for choosing a university out of these three for the September 2021 intake. It would be a great help if anyone could guide.

[Edited by Shreshtha Mittal on Feb 01, 2021]

Hi, I am B.Com graduate from Delhi University, 2018 with work experience of almost 3 years in accounts and finance. I have an offer letter from University of St. Andrews for Msc Finance, Cranfield University for Msc Finance and Management and Trinity College Dublin for Msc Finance. I am really very confused for choosing a university out of these three for the September 2021 intake. It would be a great help if anyone could guide.
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StuartHE

Trinity is the obvious choice http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2020 - and how wonderful to be in their new building at a time of such growth.  

Trinity is the obvious choice http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2020 - and how wonderful to be in their new building at a time of such growth.  
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laurie

Honestly, given this selection of schools, St. Andrews shouldn't be on the table, since it lacks accreditation from at least one of the major international organizations (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB).

I also lean towards the Trinity program, given its ranking in the FT. However, network-wise, Cranfield does have a lot to offer, so it may suit you, depending on your goals. What are your goals?

Honestly, given this selection of schools, St. Andrews shouldn't be on the table, since it lacks accreditation from at least one of the major international organizations (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB).<br><br>I also lean towards the Trinity program, given its ranking in the FT. However, network-wise, Cranfield does have a lot to offer, so it may suit you, depending on your goals. What are your goals?
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