The fashion sector has attracted me since I started university. The most interesting thing about fashion is its forward-looking nature: I work on collections that will be in stores a year and a half later. My MSc program gave me a global and international view of business and how it functions, and the opportunity to work for a company like Prada.
Bocconi’s ties with the top business schools in India and abroad assured me of its reputation. I was amazed at how international my class group was. Working alongside such smart people from diverse backgrounds really helped me understand different perspectives as well as cultural norms, a skill that came handy once I started my fulltime job, which required me to work with people from across the world. I would also credit my job to the CEMS opportunity: the time spent at LSE helped me expand my network and make new friends in London.
My MSc Program proved to be the right choice for my graduate education. The general quantitative courses in mathematics and statistics gave me the best preparation for focusing later in those fields I was interested in. My professors and the Career Service helped me to find an internship as a research assistant at the Harvard. I recently started my PhD at Stanford University, and once again my Master of Science seems to have provided a very effective toolkit for succeeding in this new academic experience.
|Masters in Management||MSc in International Management||26||17||12||9||11|
|Masters in Finance Pre-Experience||MSc in Finance||27||20||8||9||9|
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