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    MIT Sloan Master of Finance Program Heidi Pickett

    This week we are pleased to welcome Heidi Pickett, Director of the MIT Sloan Master of Finance Program. Heidi worked in financial services for 20 years before becoming Director of this program in 2011. She fills us in on what the program is looking for in an applicant, how to figure out if the program... 

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    The post MIT Sloan Master in Finance: How to Get In! [Episode 231] appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    The LBS MiF essay questions, together, convey the adcom’s interest in two inter-related points: (1) how you envision and plan your future career and (2) your knowledge of and interest in the LBS Masters in Finance program. It’s particularly important because it’s a rare MiF program that targets more experienced finance professionals (most such programs... 

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    The ultimate guide for applying to Masters in Finance programs

    You know what you want: a Master’s in Finance (MFin, also sometimes MSF). That goal raises questions, perhaps the most important one being: What does the Master’s in Finance adcom want to see in you, the applicant? And that leads to two additional critical, practical questions: • How do you determine what MFin programs are... 

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    The ultimate guide for applying to MiF programs your GPA and test scores

    Your undergrad GPA and GMAT or GRE score are pillars of your Masters in Finance (MFin or MSF) application. What can you do to integrate these elements – whether high, average, or low – effectively in your application? Follow these 4 steps to evaluate your scores for your Masters in Finance application. 1) Understand How... 

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    The post How Your Undergrad GPA & Test Scores Affect Your Masters in Finance Application appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    Th ultimate guide for applying to MiF programs career goals

    Whether you’re applying to an early career Masters in Finance program (MFin or MSF) or one for experienced finance professionals, you’ll be writing a goals essay. It may be 100 words or 750, or anything in between – but I haven’t yet seen a Masters in Finance application that doesn’t ask for goals. Make your... 

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    The ultimate guide for applying to MiF programs tips to stand out

    You’re qualified for a Master’s in Finance (MFin or MSF) program. Great. But that’s only the starting point. Given how competitive MFin programs are, most people they reject are qualified – often highly qualified. Given these circumstances, distinguishing yourself is essential. Yet many applicants are similar in various ways. If you do not have a... 

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    The ultimate guide to MiF; portray experience in your essays

    Your professional experience probably isn’t all that different from that of other Master’s in Finance (MFin or MSF) applicants. And you worry it won’t stand out. Maybe you feel it’s not interesting or dramatic enough to captivate adcom readers. DON’T WORRY! Only you have your experience; in a sense, you are your experience. So, it... 

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    The Masters in Finance degree is one of the most up and coming specialized masters programs in the business world. Listen to the recording of our conversation with Anthony DeAngelis, owner and founder of Masters in Finance HQ, for the low-down on his company, the MSF degree, and the world of finance. 00:03:35 – The... 

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    Being amazing is just a qualification for the Princeton University Master in Finance program. But if you qualify, get admitted (about 30 out of 600 applicants do), and choose to attend (about 25 out of that 30), I believe you enter heaven.  • All your classmates are not just extremely bright and passionate about finance;... 

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    The post Princeton University Master in Finance: Is It Right for You, and Are You Right for Princeton? appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    HEC Paris Business School just announced the launch of its new MBA-MIF program in a press release Monday. The 20-month program (16 months for the MBA and 10 months for the Masters in Finance) will provide students with an integrated curriculum, allowing for different tracks for students with different skills and experience levels. Within the MBA... 

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    Practicality is the essence of MIT’s Master in Finance program. It’s just one year, as opposed to numerous MFin programs that are 1.5 to 2 years, and, as the website notes, it was developed “as a direct response to demand in the financial industry.” In spite of the short duration, the program offers flexibility to tailor... 

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    The post MIT Master in Finance – Is It the Right Fit for You (and Vice Versa)? appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    The relatively short LBS MFin essay questions, together, convey the adcom’s interest in both who you are and how you envision and plan your career.  Given that your classmates will be experienced finance professionals (the average work experience is six years), it’s important to deliver throughout and “across” the essays mature, informed insights and perspectives... 

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    The post London Business School Master In Finance 2015 Essay Tips appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    LBS has announced a new master’s program in finance. The new Master’s in Financial Analysis (MFA) will be a 12-month intensive program aimed at recent graduates from quantitatively-focused fields, who want a rigorous grad program that will prepare them for careers in the finance sector. The first class will begin the new program in the... 

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    The post LBS Launches New Finance Master’s For New Grads appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    schools that rank for investment banking hiring

    When looking to fill investment banking positions, top firms tend to direct their searches towards cream of the crop universities. Here are the top b-schools you should be looking at to give yourself the best chance of getting hired after graduation, according to the latest eFinancialCareers findings. * For a complete list of the top... 

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    Financial Times just came out with their rankings of Masters in Finance programs around the world. Below are some highlights, followed by the top 10 rankings. Masters in Finance 2016 Highlights: • This year there were 55 programs included in the FT rankings for Finance programs for pre-experience professionals, up from 50 programs last year.... 

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    Over the last ten years we have seen a lot more options in graduate management education. I’ve highlighted some on previous shows like the recent shows we have had on the CEMS Masters in International Management or UVA’s MS in Global Commerce or MIT’s MS in Business Analytics. Today it’s my pleasure to have back on Admissions... 

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    The post College Students, Recent Grads Interested in Business: London is Calling! [Episode 180] appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    The Scoop on Berkeley’s Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) [Show Summary] Dr. Linda Kreitzman, Executive Director of the Master of Financial Engineering Program at UC Berkeley – Haas is passionate about the program. On today’s podcast Linda will take us through specific aspects of the program and what makes it unique, what it takes to... 

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    The post The Berkeley MFE: One Tough Program with Amazing Opportunities for Grads [Episode 279] appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.


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    Researching the Right Programs for You

    You want a Masters in Finance. And you know that finding the right ones to apply to will take some work, some research. Well, the web makes that research easy, right? Sort of. You’ll certainly find a lot of programs and lots of info about those programs online. But how do you plan your search... 

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    MFIN alternatives to consider

    For some people, it’s the Masters in Finance (MFin or MSF), period. It’s the right type of program at the right time. Yet, the MFin has some overlaps and similarities with several other types of masters programs, and some people’s educational needs may be met by more than one type. In fact, I’ve known and... 

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    MFin Interviews What You Need to Know to Ace Them

    Congratulations! You received an invitation to interview for a Masters in Finance (MFin or MSF) program. That invitation is usually competitive, so you should feel great that you’ve cleared the first bar! Now, how do you avoid potential interview pitfalls, and how do you make the interview work for you? Let’s start at the beginning... 

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