I'm from Boston and hold offers from St. Andrews and UCL (I got rejected from Oxford and LSE). I just got an email from Warwick that my application is STILL under review and that I'll hear from them promptly. Assuming that I get into Warwick for LLD2, how does that compare to UCL L1RR. Frankly, I never knew that L1RR is taught by SEESS faculty until I got my acceptance letter in early November...learning econ with East European focus from not-so-qualified tutors doesn't appeal to me at all and so I was wondering if it would be smarter for me to choose LLD2 at Warwick over L1RR at UCL. Yet, as an international student, Warwick's low reputation internationally compared to UCL's 4th place on the intl uni rankings bothers me just as much as the thought of studying L1RR at UCL...what do you guys suggest I do?
I wouldn't have had to worry about any of these if I were to get accepted to Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. But unfortunately enough, I got rejected from all three so I decided that I shall study in the UK as of yesterday...At any rate, how easy is it to transfer to another department at UCL such as Law or Econ? and at Warwick for a diff course such as Finance and Accounting? Lastly, will any of these courses be able to prepare me for Investment Banking??
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