CASS VS UCL please help! msc managementWatch
Which one is better? I heard that CASS business school is very famous in UK and it is ranked in the top 5 business school in UK and even 2nd in master in management in the financial times. However, the reputation of city university is not quite good and not very well-known compared to UCL.
UCL management course is very new and Im scared that the career support and alumni would not be as good as CASS. Please help meee..
PS. Im an international student which would like to work in consultant field or large companies such as Unilever. I want to work in London a few years and then back to my home country,Thailand.
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They do both. Here's the undergrad ranking for associated studies (4th).
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I want to do economics at uni to help myself become a successful trader, would you recommend I do economics or the finance and investment degrees they offer at City?
Accounting & Finance
Banking & International Finance
Investment & Financial Risk Management
The majority of the intake top tier front office roles at the top 6 investment banks, namely Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, UBS and JPMorgan will come from the top 6 universities on the list.
Below that, candidates from universities further down the list will find it easier to get into middle-office or back-office roles, and may be able to access front-office roles at non-big 6 banks such as ABN Amro, BNP Paribas and Commerzbank.
Take a read of that link.
CASS is good. You will find an acceptable alumni support in certain professions i.e. finance, perhaps not as much as UCL. UCL will have alumni in a wider range of professions, however.