I just finished my first year exams and it all went well thankfully. I was wondering if anyone could tell me if the prestige and the recognition of the Econometrics and Mathematical Economics degree is better, worse or same as BSc in Econ when it comes to grad school applications and job applications. EME seems to be more mathematically inclined, clearly, and it requires you to complete a 10K word project by the end of third year which I personally think is kind of cool and really useful if you want to know what economic research can be like. In any case, BSc in Econ, my current course, offers more choice which is great, and also Economics at London School of Economics is apparently 'the best' and outshines EME in terms of prestige (or so I have heard). Please tell me if I should try to change my course because I personally think EME might actually be more prestigious simply since it seems more academically challenging. Any feedback from LSE enthusiasts would be HIGHLY appreciated.