Hi, My very sincere apologies for reviving a somewhat old and dusty thread. I am however new to this forum and could really do with some solid advise. I am a South African based and recent MBA graduate looking to pursue an MSc in Finance. I have approximately 8 years of experience in trade and investment promotion/development. I am optimistic that an MSc in Finance would allow easy entry into a development finance institution and maybe even investment banking (I hope). I have identified the following schools and would like to hear your comments and opinions on which programme/school would be the best with regards to cost, relevance, reputation and career prospects: 1) University of Leicester - MSc Finance 2) University of Liverpool - MSc Corporate Finance (Approx $7000 > other schools) 3) Robert Gordon University - MSc Financial Management 4) Harriot Watt EBS - MSc Financial Management Your comments, opinions and advice will be most appreciated.