What do you think would make a stronger degree, Economics at Warwick or Land Ec at Cambridge? My first passion is economics, especially development economics. I also have law experience - hence I think I would really enjoy the Land Ec course. However, I fell in love with the Warwick campus and the head of department was really strong. What are your views? What course would be more reputable amongst employers?
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- 25-06-2014 21:16
- 25-06-2014 21:26
Apply to both? And then choose afterwards.
- 25-06-2014 22:19
Land Economics at Cambridge is considered easier than other Cambridge degrees However they are trying to make it tougher and this year freshers were told no resits. It does have an excellent record of getting people into work and of course the Cambridge name is known internationally. It is said (not entirely correctly) to be full of rich people.Warwick is also an excellent university and Economics is a very marketable degree.
Cambridge has short, intense terms - is that the way you like to work?