MSc Financial Risk Management (Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, ICMA, Keele) Watch

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Hi All,

I am looking for some advice on which institution would be better for doing a MSc Financial Risk Management course from the following: -

University of Glasgow
University of Leeds
University of Leicester
ICMA Centre
Keele University

I'm not too bothered about the area or nightlife, I'm more interested in the learning/academic aspect. If I base my decision purely on the league tables then Glasgow would be first choice, but I would like to see what students with first hand experience from these universities think. Anyone studying this course (or Finance/Maths/Economics related masters) at any of these institutions? If so, your feedback and input would be greatly appreciated.

Alternatively if you are a postgraduate student studying at any of these universities, what have your experiences been like and would you recommend the university?


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