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I want to apply for a master (not an MBA)in england or in the netherlands. I have already informed myself in Maastricht that I have to have a Bachelor to make the master as a postgraduade study. But unfortunately my degree is not anymore officialy a bachelor. What should I do to fullfill my dream master?
I am 29 years old and I have job-experience in different financial companies in Belgium and Germany for 10-years. My main task was to consult wealthy private clients. Besides I developed the equity-research for a german bank in Belgium. Off-the-job I studied succesfully at the Bankakademie (a job-academy) banking-management. Now I want to apply for a master (not an MBA) in england or in the netherlands. I have already informed myself in Maastricht that I have to have a Bachelor to make the master as a postgraduade study. But unfortunately my degree is not anymore officialy a bachelor. What should I do to fullfill my dream master? Is my working experience not more important? Thank you very much in advance.

Answer from Said Business School (Oxford University):

Thank you for your e-mail. I deal only with MBA applicants. Could you please tell me which Master's degree you are interested in, then I can forward your e-mail to the appropriate department. Thank you.

Alison

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Answer from Cranfield School of Management:

We do have a new masters programme in Finance and Management, but this is designed for recent graduates and a bachelors degree or equivalent, in a quantitative subject, is a definite requirement

We would, however, consider you for the MBA without a bachelor's degree, based on your work experience, providing you can obtain a GMAT score of 600 or more

Answer from Warwick Business School:

Dear Enquirer
If you are interested in a non-MBA Specialist Masters at WBS, there are several options for you to consider.

Here is a very brief summary of each of our Master's programmes, together with contact details for each of them if you wish to ask for more information:

MSc ECONOMICS & FINANCE (1 year full time)
An intensive study programme that blends analysis and application, giving a strong foundation for careers in the finance and economics professions, for example as financial analysts, economists, bankers and fund managers, or to advance an academic career. This programme is offered jointly with the University's internationally-renowned Economics Department, and has ESRC recognition - details on website. Applicants are expected to have a good Honours degree (or equivalent) in Economics or a degree that has a substantial Economics component. Tel: +44 (0)24 7657 2836, Fax: +44 (0)24 7657 2871, E-mail: msefsec@wbs.warwick.ac.uk

MSc FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (1 year full time)
An interdisciplinary programme offered with the Mathematics Institute and Departments of Statistics and Economics, this degree is for Maths or other highly quantitative graduates with a 1st or good 2.1 who are interested in careers in financial institutions in financial engineering, risk and investment management, and corporate finance. With its emphases on financial modelling, statistical forecasting and understanding of financial markets, the degree is also a good preparation for doctoral study. Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4246, Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4246. E-mail: postgrad@maths.warwick.ac.uk

MSc MANAGEMENT SCIENCE & OPERATIONAL RESEARCH (1 year full-time, 2+ years part-time)
A premier postgraduate degree developing analytical skills for managerial problem-solving, this programme emphasises information technology, computing, operational research and statistics as tools to analyse complex problems and improve decision-making. General management courses are included. Applicants are expected to hold a good Honours degree, and have evidence of mathematical ability. This degree programme is supported by the EPSRC, and IBM support modules in e-business. Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4260 Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4539 E-mail: msorenq@wbs.warwick.ac.uk

The following three MA programmes are recognised by the ESRC as a foundation for doctoral research.

MA INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (1 year full-time, 2 years part-time)
This is a challenging and vocationally relevant programme in the major British centre of research and teaching in the employment relations field. Students develop the analytical skills to comprehend contemporary developments in British industrial relations in their broader international context. Subject to choice of course options, the graduate qualification of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development examinations can be obtained. Applicants are expected to hold a good Honours degree. Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3319 Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4656 E-mail: irobma@wbs.warwick.ac.uk

MA EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (1 year full-time)
This programme draws on Warwick's wide-ranging European expertise to provide detailed comparative analysis of contemporary European industrial and employment relations. Students will acquire a detailed understanding of European national systems, the institutions and processes of the European Union, and gain skills and competencies increasingly sought by employers concerned with European employment relations. Applicants are expected to hold a good Honours degree. Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3319 Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4656 E-mail: irobma@wbs.warwick.ac.uk

MA ORGANISATION STUDIES (1 year full-time, 2 years part-time)
This innovative and challenging programme aims to develop skills in the critical analysis and understanding of organisational behaviour and its theoretical foundations within the social sciences. It is designed to develop a deeper level of understanding about the nature of organisational life. The degree can lead on to advanced-level, doctoral study or will facilitate employment in a great variety of organisations. Applicants are expected to hold a good Honours degree. Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3319 Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4656 E-mail: irobma@wbs.warwick.ac.uk

DOCTORAL PROGRAMME - MPhil and PhD (full-time or part-time attendance)
Currently we have 180 students, some supported by other universities and some by industrial firms, engaged on a variety of research projects related to management and business studies. Students are accepted from all fields, including those trained in other disciplines and wishing to convert to management and business studies. Normally students will be expected to hold a Master's degree prior to entry. Research training is provided and scholarships may be available for outstanding students. Our website provides full details of how to apply for doctoral study at WBS. Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4754 Fax: +44 (0)24 7652 4650 E-mail: phdsec@wbs.warwick.ac.uk

All best wishes, Diana Holton
Asst. Comms. Manager
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