You were in touch with *deans*??!?
I think you should work on clarifying your goals. An MiF or a degree in fintech might be better if you are looking for a specialized / quant-heavy role in a financial organization. An MBA would however be more designed to transition into more management-level roles.
An MBA would certainly give you more flexibility but keep in mind that if you are looking to transition into a financial services company, these firms tend to be on the lookout for younger, more 'moldable' associates.
Agree except one correction .my goals are clear - fintech but as you said looking for safer entry point either Fintech course or MBA ...I am fine with either one but couldn't get convince on opportunities after one year Fintech course..thought mba would be a much safer option ..
Thank you for sharing!
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