Curious about the MSc REEF at London School of Economics. There is active discussion every year concerning the Cambridge Mphil Real Estate Finance and in spite of the fact that many of those who post about Cambridge also apply and get offers for the LSE REEF, there appears to be very little discussion about it, if any, in the past 2 years.
According to LSE's website, they are still admitting students to the masters (with limited availability) for 2016/2017. The intake for 2014/2015 was 42 of 290 applicants (i.e. 14.5% acceptance), however many others may have been offered the course and rejected it in favour Cambridge or other non-RE related finance postgrads.
- Has anybody applied to this course this year?
- Is it your first preference, or is Cambridge really the top course in this field?
- Does LSE have a solid reputation in this area? (i.e. will the Blackstones and KKRs of the world be interested in graduates of the Msc REEF)
Interested to hear what others' impressions of the course are.
LSE MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance (MSc REEF)
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