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    Got offers from both, not sure which one is better, any help?
    I know Cass has one of the best actuarial science degrees but LSE has got a much better name in terms of employability
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    (Original post by Woof123)
    Got offers from both, not sure which one is better, any help?
    I know Cass has one of the best actuarial science degrees but LSE has got a much better name in terms of employability
    I'd probably pick LSE, because even if you couldn't get into the actuarial profession LSE still has such a good reputation both nationally and internationally that you could probably find employment in another area of financial services.
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    I have the same problem! I prefer Cass for being more organised, but LSE is better known. If anyone knows how companies in London look at it, would be helpful. Cass may be a really respected place in insurance for all I know. LSE obviously is though. Plus, cass give you £2,000 a year of you get A*AA


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    (Original post by TheJoshwha)
    I have the same problem! I prefer Cass for being more organised, but LSE is better known. If anyone knows how companies in London look at it, would be helpful. Cass may be a really respected place in insurance for all I know. LSE obviously is though. Plus, cass give you £2,000 a year of you get A*AA


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    LSE have brilliant bursary schemes which are way better than the £2000 cass give.
    Yeah, I may get in contact with companies asking which they prefer but I don't think they will reply
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    In the same boat as you, but for me it's between LSE Act Sci or UCL Stats, Econ & Finance :/
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    i want to pursue a career in actuarial science. i will be finishing my graduation this june in COmmerce from india. i had subjects like economics, finance, statistics ect. but no maths. i had opted for maths in 12th grade but scored D in it. now i want to move forward in this field. can you please help me
 
 
 
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