Financial Engineering: LSE(Finance & Economics) Vs Wariwick(Financial Mathematics) ! Watch

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Well, what about having a first degree on finance, and want to expand postgraduate on Financial Engineering!
What if you are accepted to LSE Finance & Economics, and also to the more mathematical Warwick - Financial Mathematics.
Will warwick seem like a chinese course to me?? Will LSE be like tha same stuff that i already know,but way much deeper...Which one is more suitable for a potential financial engineer, but not with a math background...
You provide the answers......
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LSE MSc Finance & Econ is NOT a financial engineering course. It's more like an economics programme.

You need substantial math background for financial engineering. The best programmes in UK to prepare you for a financial engineer/quant positions are IC MSc Maths & Finance and Warwick MSc Financial Maths. Programming skills are stressed in these courses, apart from other computational aspects, financial theory, SDE/PDE, etc...
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