Hi, So I have applied for mathematics at Oxford, UCL, LSE (maths with economics), Durham and Nottingham.
I was rejected from Oxford and recently Durham which was my first choice but hold offers from the other 3.
Career wise I am thinking something finance related not necessarily Investment Banking but do want to have a degree that would get me considered.
I am gutted about Durham but basically its now between UCL maths and LSE maths with econ but I am going off the economics and I am thinking the flexibility of the maths in terms of modules will be reduced at LSE.
Also I dont want to spend my whole life in the library but obviously I will work hard. I want to have fun at uni too. Also I live near London and dont want to live at home so would this be a factor. I mean are you eligible for halls in the second year at LSE or UCL?
UCL offer is A*A*A and LSE A*AA Nottingham is AAB.
I don't particularly like UCL or LSE they just don't seem to have a uni feel and I quite like Nottingham but do not want to rule out some jobs and regret turning down one of the others.
Any advice on what to do would be appreciated.
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- 26-03-2013 21:32
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- 26-03-2013 23:08
Go with the University where you think you will feel the most comfortable, and the course that interests you the most.