Posted by gmenem on 07/07/14 5:59am
Dear Thomas and fellow readers,I got admitted to a couple of specialised masters but now I am having trouble making my final choice,due to the fact that i don't know the quality of jobs that will follow.Here are my options:Copenhagen Business School for a master in Applied Economics & Finance (with some double degree options available as well,one is the famous CEMS)Maastricht University where I was admitted for 2 masters in Supply Chain Management (one in Maastricht and one in Venlo which is allegedly a logistic hotspot)
I would prefer having a job where I would analyse numbers to make strategic-relevant decisions.My worries about Finance is that there huge competition in that area with too many guys having a relevant degree,while my worries about SCM is that I'll end up just ordering things for the company and counting what goes in a warehouse.
What do you think?Any comments/information about the programs mentioned above or my worries would be welcomeThanks for your time
Posted by Thomas Graf on 07/07/14 10:41am
have you read my MIM eBook already? There I describe a methodology how you can analyze schools and programs and eventually make a decision that is good for you.
By Thomas GrafOwner MIM Compass
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