mbb in korea?
A Masters in Finance straight out of Undergrad? - Page 4
Keep looking, I probably had 15-20 rejections before I found a good job out of school. The finance field is extremely competitive right now and you're going to have to get used to being rejected.
A MSF isn't going to help you that much out of school, in fact the debt you'll rack up from it as well as missing out on work experience could set you back. A MBA from a top school is much more valuable.
I know getting rejected sucks but keep looking, it'll pay off.