Ok, so I know many of you have seen this before, but basically I need some help choosing.
I have offers from both LSE and UCL, for Bsc Economics, but am unsure which to take.
Not sure if I'd like just being in a uni with social scientists (LSE) and also am unsure about the socialising aspect there.
Comparisons of uni life, teaching quality, future prospects etc would be appreciated greatly
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Another LSE vs UCL watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-03-2011 11:33
- PS Helper
- 26-03-2011 17:41
You said you have seen stuff like this in other threads before? What else do you want to know that you haven't already seen? Both uni's are good, they're both in London so I'd imagine uni life would be pretty similar, both are highly respected so the teaching quality is going to be good. I'd pick LSE every time and couldn't understand why anyone would do differently, LSE is world renowned for economics and above all; it will definitely "get you an internship at The Goldman Sachs"