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I have offers from UCL and LSE for Economics. I am completely undecided on the which uni to firm. LSE is obviously known being one of the best uni for econ but UCL is also very good too. I have some questions if anyone who goes to UCL or LSE could answer:
Whats the workload like at either uni? which is harder?
Which uni has better teaching and support?
And what is the social life like at either uni?
Which uni would you prefer?
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UCL is only prestigious in the UK. There is your answer.
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LSE because...LSE Economics. Both similar location and I would feel like I'd do better in LSE's environment.

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(Original post by Cl26)
I have offers from UCL and LSE for Economics. I am completely undecided on the which uni to firm. LSE is obviously known being one of the best uni for econ but UCL is also very good too. I have some questions if anyone who goes to UCL or LSE could answer:
Whats the workload like at either uni? which is harder?
Which uni has better teaching and support?
And what is the social life like at either uni?
Which uni would you prefer?

Social life is better ay UCL. Everything else is better at LSE. LSE is the most rapidly growing university in the UK and is well-known worldwide.
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