Ok so I have a bit of a dilemma. I have the following offers:
Imperial: MSc in Mathematics and Finance- Conditional (2:1)
LSE: MSc Financial Mathematics- Conditional (1st)
Kings: MSc Financial Mathematics- Conditional (2:1)
and I am currently still waiting to hear back from Oxford for their Mathematical and Computational Finance MSc. I should have no problem achieving the first, so that isn't a factor. I'm currently at King's studying BSc Mathematics.
I'm thus trying to decide between LSE and Imperial, although if I receive an offer from Oxford I will go there. Unfortunately I will not hear back from Oxford before the deadline for acceptance of my Imperial offer. Therefore I need to decide between LSE and Imperial.
I want to go be a quant, in an area like risk management, I have read that Imperial focuses heavily on the quant/computational side of things whereas LSE more on IBD. However LSE is generally thought as more prestigious and has better connections etc.
What do people think?
Having to decide between MSc Mathematical Finance at either Imperial or LSE
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