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I have received an offer for the MSc in Finance at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). However, I am thinking of changing to another program; MSc in Finance and Economics The reasoning behind my decision is as follows; I am willing to pursue an academic career, thus will be applying for the MRes/Phd in Finance offered by LSE upon completion of my taught masters degree. Therefore, the MSc in Finance and Economics will better suit my career goals. In addition, the program will enable me to complete the MRes/Phd program in 4 rather than 5 years. If you could help me by answering the following questions, I would be forever grateful Is this a wise decision ? Can I easily transfer from one program to another? When should I transfer to the other program, before or during the Michaelmas term ? Is the MSc Finance and Economics program more challenging ? Will I be able to catch up with the quantitative modules of the course given that I come from a business/management background ? How should i prepare? Thanks you in advance
I am really interested in studying MSc Finance or Economics in the United Kingdom (WARWICK, preferably) . So I thought I post here to see what you people think about my profile before I apply to universities in UK. My profile is as follows: Graduating from a top university in India in BSc in Economics in 2012. Till my fourth semester, my CGPA is 3.43 on 4. My avg. GPA in all the math related courses in my under-grad course is around 3.4. GRE SCORE: 730Q and 490V, AWA - 3 :( I have appeared for several certification courses conducted by the National Stock Exchange, India. I have completed two internships, one with a stock broker and the other with The Royal Bank of Scotland. My co-curricular and extra-curricular activities is, I guess fine. Member of the student council in college, a few MUNs and economic symposiums conducted by other colleges in India etc. So what are my chances to get into Warwick?