(Original post by studenthelp1)
I am currently studying for AS levels, applying for university in September.
I am drawn to LSE to study Accounting and Finance, or Management. I will get AAA in Mathematics, Biology, and Economics at A2.
I am also considering other universities including Durham and Bath.
I'm motivated by money and look towards the future (too much some may argue!). I'm not sure whether I'm choosing LSE purely because it stands me in good stead for the future! The course at Bath sounds interesting (including year abroad and sandwich placement) but I feel LSE is considered more prestigious.
Something like accounting interests me, but I am unsure whether it is worth doing a degree in accounting for a career, or whether it's better to work my way up doing a school leavers programme at a firm such as KPMG or Ernst and Young.
London appeals to me at the moment, but not sure whether it would be a lonely existence. I may well prefer a campus lifestyle, but then I suppose you won't know until you're there, and by then it's too late!
Which degree do you think would be best suited? And which university? Or do you think this is the wrong route to go down?