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Hi,I am originally from India, went to HKUST in HK for my bachelors and did computer science with a business minor. Graduated in 2016 with a GPA of 3.23/4 after which I have been working in the technology division of one of the Tier I global investment banks here in HK.I have passed CFA level 1 (dec 2015) and am appearing for CFA level II in June 2018.GRE - 317 (Q-162,V-155, AWA-5)As for my co-curricular activities,- Founding member of the first asian chapter of a greek business fraternity here in HK- Actively involved with the CSR committee at my workplace- Peer Mentor during my time at universityI am looking at schools for 2019 entry and some of my shortlisted schools are:1. Bocconi2. EDHEC3. ESSEC4. HEC5. ESADE6. SSE7. St. GallenMainly aiming for European schools as it seems to be cheaper but if you think any US schools may be a good fit, I would consider that. I do have programming background but I am not really leaning towards a lot of quant.Your reply will be very much appreciated
I was accepted to both the JHU MS Finance and BC MSF programs but am unsure of which would provide me with more opportunities. In the future I want to work in the field of healthcare, as a business analyst or analyst of something (I do like numbers), but I am unsure which school would be better. At first I thought Hopkins, but then I noticed that the Carey school is lacking accreditation from the AACSB. And then I realized that a high number of the applicants BC offered admission to accepted. Yet, I cannot find statistics for other schools online? Any thoughts from current students, alums, or those affiliated in some way with either program?