Which country is best for doing masters in finance and which country provide more job facilities after completion of MS?

Asked by Nallabothu Devipriya 9 months ago

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Saumya Chadha

Saumya Chadha

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Master of finance in the UK, like many other courses available in Europe, can be completed in a year at over 100 universities in the country. International students planning to pursue the course at UK universities should budget between 23,000 and 47,000 GBP (tuition fee). Finance programmes at UK business schools train students to evaluate and optimise assets and financial resources. If you want to pursue the programme, you must have a relevant bachelor's degree (60% or higher) and GMAT scores (GRE also accepted). With a master of finance in the UK degree, you can work as a financial analyst, commercial or investment banker, stockbroker, economist, tax adviser, or financial manager, among other things. Salaries for freshers can range from 49,000 to 111,000 GBP per year, depending on the role. International students can secure lucrative positions with recruiters such as Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Google, who hire finance graduates from UK universities. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the UK's 2022 stay-back policy for international students has made it easier to work after graduation. Graduates of the Master of Finance programme can pursue careers ranging from financial management and insurance to commercial banking and hedge funds. Making a career in finance is difficult, but the pay packages are competitive depending on experience, position, and industry. The average person working in the UK accounts and finance field earns around 115,000 GBP. Salary increases of up to 32% are possible with 2 - 5 years of experience. If you have any further questions just ask me.


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