LSE MSc Economic History vs Warwick MSc Finance and Economics

Discussion in 'Investment Banking' started by Cherioos, Mar 19, 2017.

LSE MSc Economic History vs Warwick MSc Finance and Economics?

  1. LSE MSc Economic History

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  1. Cherioos

    Cherioos Lurker

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    Hey guys,

    I have received offers from LSE for MSc Economic history and also from Warwick for Finance and economics. I am currently leaning towards LSE as i constantly hear Uni rep>course. In addition, i also have an undergrad degree from a non target for Economics and Finance.
    Also, LSE's program is only £13k compared to £33.5K for Warwick. Money isn't a huge issue however i don't want to throw it away either. I am looking for any additional pointers you guys may have before i make my choice. Fields i wish to pursue are the advisory side of banks (M&A,DCM etc), consulting and big 4.
     
  2. Trigger

    Trigger Hardcore Investment Banker

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    LSE, of course. It's a no-brainer. It's 1/3 of the cost and is a much better school than Warwick in terms of reputation.

    The course you do doesn't matter.
     
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