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post #46 of 51
Get a math degree, keep a good GPA and you'll be able to find a job in a company with good career opportunities right after college. Generally speaking MBAs are good for networking but they don't really teach much.
post #47 of 51
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You could always pursue your CFA instead of the MBA and not worry about admissions.

thats gonna get you a free ticket to being the office bitch
post #48 of 51
If you're actually looking to get into IB, going to grad school of any kind right now is pretty worthless. Not really sure why you're set on going to grad school anyways... why not just get a job?
post #49 of 51
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If you're actually looking to get into IB, going to grad school of any kind right now is pretty worthless. Not really sure why you're set on going to grad school anyways... why not just get a job?

because they want an IB front office job, not analyst I at some random corporation doing nothing all day
post #50 of 51
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because they want an IB front office job, not analyst I at some random corporation doing nothing all day

Going to grad school straight out of undergrad is pretty much a guarantee that he won't get a front office IB job.
post #51 of 51
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Going to grad school straight out of undergrad is pretty much a guarantee that he won't get a front office IB job.

well... if his parents donated $2M to HBS, and he got in and graduated... he can possibly find his ass a job at a BB front office associate position...
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