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    (Original post by Paulwhy)
    Given your description of your background, if you were to do straight econ I am concerned that:
    i) you would have a much less appropriate background than many of the other students.
    ii) you would find the course vey difficult
    iii) You would not learn much.
    iv) You would not get great grades at the end.
    v) The course would not support you in your post msc objectives very well.
    thanks, i'll think it over. At least i have the Econ and Fin offer from Durham. Not too bad.

    (Original post by DerMunchen)
    Defo consider Edinburgh (for its economics dept. reputation) and defo consider Nottingham also for the quality of its department.
    what's Defo?
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    (Original post by Paulwhy)
    Similarly I can't see UCL making you an offer. To get into msc econ at top places (i.e. Warwick, UCL, LSE, Oxbridge) you would need to do a diploma in economics first.
    got rejected by UCL
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    (Original post by Mscstudent)
    got rejected by UCL
    Yes.
    Look at more E+F courses.
    including at Warwick.
 
 
 
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