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    Hi! Currently trying to decide between accepting an offer for Management (N200) at LSE and NYU Stern. Does anyone have any advice on which they feel is better? Finding it really difficult to make a decision, so any help would be great!
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    Hi! Currently trying to decide between accepting an offer for Management (N200) at LSE and NYU Stern. Does anyone have any advice on which they feel is better? Finding it really difficult to make a decision, so any help would be great!
    If you want to live in murika pick nyu
    If you want to live in englandzz pick lse
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    (Original post by srsm)
    Hi! Currently trying to decide between accepting an offer for Management (N200) at LSE and NYU Stern. Does anyone have any advice on which they feel is better? Finding it really difficult to make a decision, so any help would be great!
    CEKTOP gives a good advice there. That is not to say NYU would be seen as more prestigious in the US.

    LSE is far more prestigious but if you study in the US, then you would have a better chance of working there.

    That said, an LSE degree would still have more prestige, it just is not likely to make working visa easier.
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    Seen as you're posting in the LSE section, many people will say LSE.

    But honestly, I would say LSE nonetheless.
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    Hey srsm, I am in the same dilemma. I got admitted into LSE for Economics and Philosophy and NYU Core Program( I will major in Economics). I am picking LSE for a couple of reasons: NYU will cost me a $100,000 more, the economics department at LSE is more prestigious, and the LSE has a better reputation when it comes to graduate admissions. I don't think NYU and LSE are two very different universities considering both lack a campus and are in big cities.
 
 
 
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