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I want to be someone who evaluates the profitability of the business, how they are spending money and how they could reduce costs, what investments they should make, financial plans Ext.
I can either go to UIUC for around $120k at the most for living + education without any scholarships and major in Accounting/Finance and minor in Econ. Then go get a MBA at a top 10 school for $120k without any scholarships and not accounting for living expenses.
Or go to a more competitive school like Northwestern/Berkeley/New York for Undergrad and major in economics and finance for $300k.
I have no idea which choice would provide the better overall education for my career choice which is probably most important. But also the former would take 6 years while the latter would only take 4. Although I could get a MBA at a later point in my life I would be losing 2 years of salary at some point.
Well reputed schools which are ranking globally and offers the best career opportunities in the campus.
Brief about the candidate profile:
MBB consultant at a tier-2 European city with 2+ years of experience by the
time I'll apply
A few internships here and there at random FTSE100 companies in undergrad
Bachelor's degree from complete non-target schools - graduated with Distinction & top 2% of my intake class though
Fluent in 4 languages
What are chances for this profile to get into top schools for MBB?
As per my experience you will not have any issue by doing Master program in English. Though, you are from medical background, you can pursue this course. For the people who have a zeal to get expertise/master in a specific language need not worry as any language can be learnt by anyone irrespective of educational background/profession. I would suggest to go with online master programmes to save your time and continue your current profession. The Language Gallery may fulfill your requirement.
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