With applications coming up soon, I thought I might ask this question. I'm currently attending a master in management at a target university in Europe. I have passed CFA L2 recently. Reconciling past and future, I sat for the exams to secure my career choices, given how well regarded the CFA is.
However, as I'm becoming more inclined to go for consulting, I am confused whether I've made the right decision to sit for those exams, in retrospect. Is it valued? Could it be leveraged for skills on the job?
Again, my university is target and has a proven track record with MBB & tier-2. I have previous experience but in equity research.
Happy to hear your thoughts. Thank you.