Which one is the better option?
I know Warwick's program is more prestigious, but is Cass' MSc worth the money in any way?
The only thing I have against Warwick's program is that it is 12 months which would mean I would have to do a dissertation while completing analyst training at a bank next summer which is unreasonable. Also, I cannot fathom living at Warwick for a full 12 months, I think I would go insane.
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- Thread Starter
- 22-01-2010 12:20
- 22-01-2010 14:46
12 months is nothing compare to the rest of your life. Sure, the place is boring but you get prestigious degree with Warwick. Surely you can manage both dissertation and training, just like everbody else.
Cass is all right but I wouldn't debate between Warwick and Cass, not even for a second.