I graduated last year with a 2.1 (68%) in Economics from Manchester University. I have taken a year out this year and I am back home in Greece working in order to save up money for my Masters.
I would like to know the difference when it comes to employment ability for consultancy and similar jobs (not Investment Banking etc) between a Masters in management and a Masters in Economics.
I am currently thinking of applying for Economics at UCL, International Management at KCL and International Business and Management at Manchester.
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International Management (and business) vs Economics (MSc) watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-01-2010 17:43
- 23-01-2010 11:44
It depends what you want afterward. Can you do economic and management combined? Personally, I would pick economics if you have to choose one.