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Old 08-17-2014, 08:39 AM
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Im an engineer working in the IT sector of a prestigious US bank in India. I want to change careers and go towards Finance. What chances do i have,of getting into tier 1/tier 2 universities with the following profile?

GRE 312
Work exp: will be 2 years by the time i join in Fall2015

i have the following specific questions:

1. Can you suggest some schools where i might have a shot?

2. How sane is going for finance, when compared to management based majors like MIS? (due to lack of work exp, i cant think of an MBA right now)

3. Are tier 2 universities worth all the risk ? Im leaving a stable job, spending around $60,000. So are the placements,job market worth all the risk?

I will be applying by next month, and need to be fully sure.

Thanks in advance
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