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I am interested in starting one-year Msc programme in finance in the netherlands. I couldn't find any similar in university van amsterdam, so I decided to choose Tilburg, also because there is a CFA track for students who study finance or accounting. From February I'm starting Msc in Finance & Accounting in Warsaw School of Economics, but my goal is to get a Msc degree which last 1 year. Could your recommend any other universities? There are some info about me below:
Bsc: Finance & Accounting in Warsaw School of Economics
GPA: 4 or 4,1 - don't remember exactly (out of 5), you can see the equivalence grades table here: equivalences grades
I also was on exchange programme in Finland for one semester, but unfortunately I cannot assess my probable scores in TOEFL/CAE or GMAT/GRE.
And I have some experience in working in a financial institution.
My goal is to be a CFA charterholder in the near future. I'm not planning to start a Phd right after finishing Msc (I'm more focused on CFA), maybe a bit later when my material situation will improve - at this moment I have sufficient funds to cover tuition fees and to cover the costs of living for half of the year. I'm also planning to work part-time while studying - will I be eligible to get any scholarship? Because my mother has very low incomes I was getting a full scholarship in Warsaw School of Economics during my whole Bsc studies.
Well, I think that's all, any advices or tips will be highly appreciated
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