o.k...we all know that LSE is more traditional than Warwick,has history,nobel prize winners...on the other hand Warwick is a rapidly emerging uni,climbing the rankings,with excellent research facilities...
o.k...LSE is in the centre of London,whereas Warwick is 1:30 hours from London...campus life Vs city life...we all know this facts, and have read it many times in this forum...BUT..
When a bank or a corporation, has to choose between 2 candidates,with exactly the same skills & qualifications,with the only difference that one is from LSE an the other from Warwick,which one will be chosen??
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- Thread Starter
- 15-04-2006 13:51
- 15-04-2006 13:56
LSE only acts as a vehicle that transports you to better opportunities, opens up more doors, etc.
- 15-04-2006 14:00
Both have a very similar approach, each effectively manufacturing shiny suits to work in the city.
- 15-04-2006 19:12
If both people are exactly equal with the only difference being whther they are at LSE or Wariwck, then you can toss a coin to see who would get the job. However, IN GENERAL the slightly "lesser" student at LSE <<may>> have a <<marginal>> advantage over the "lesser" Warwick student - sure there will always be exceptions. One thing that is true is that an LSE degree has a much, much better international reputation, especially in the US.