BA Economics, Uni. of Essex - A highly reputable department, more so than the other two.
BA Economic and Social Studies (Specialising in Development Studies), Uni. of Manchester - A well respected university, but the fact it isn't straight economics puts me off a bit.
Bsc Economics, Loughborough Uni. - Probably the weaker economics department out of the three, though it is a Bsc.
Have your vote!
Edit: Which one would you pick in terms of career prospects
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View Poll Results: Which Degree Would You Pick?BA Economics - Uni. Essex30.77%BA Economics and Social Studies (Specialising in Development Studies) - Uni. Manchester30.77%Bsc Economics - Loughborough Uni.38.46%Voters: 13. You may not vote on this poll
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Last edited by accesstohe; 28-12-2010 at 16:01.
- 28-12-2010 15:55
- 28-12-2010 15:59
Don't be too swayed by the BA/Bsci distinction, they can be quite arbitrary at times.
I'd choose Manchester, because I find Development studies really interesting. Surely depends what you want to use a degree in Economics for though..?
- 28-12-2010 16:01
I wouldn't study economics at any of them...there all ****e