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    Basically i received offers from City of London to do (Banking and International finance-AAA) and from Queen Mary to do (Economics, Finance and management-AAA), i know subjects around these areas interest me the most, and i would take on anything but i'm not sure which one to put as my firm choice? I've been around both campuses just not Cass Business school, because they don't seem to do open days or tours from what i noticed. Please help, i'm struggling to decide!
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    Basically i received offers from City of London to do (Banking and International finance-AAA) and from Queen Mary to do (Economics, Finance and management-AAA), i know subjects around these areas interest me the most, and i would take on anything but i'm not sure which one to put as my firm choice? I've been around both campuses just not Cass Business school, because they don't seem to do open days or tours from what i noticed. Please help, i'm struggling to decide!
    What's your desired career path?

    For the most part, Cass is more reputable in the field of Finance. QMUL doesn't categorise as a semi-target for Investment Banks but it's not a bad university.
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    (Original post by mimina8624)
    Basically i received offers from City of London to do (Banking and International finance-AAA) and from Queen Mary to do (Economics, Finance and management-AAA), i know subjects around these areas interest me the most, and i would take on anything but i'm not sure which one to put as my firm choice? I've been around both campuses just not Cass Business school, because they don't seem to do open days or tours from what i noticed. Please help, i'm struggling to decide!
    Going by the Guardian league tables for accounting and finance (maybe not the exact course, but the closest approximation they had), Queen Mary would be the better choice. Also, as a Russell Group university, Queen Mary might give you better employment prospects, but I cannot be sure on that. In the end, though, they are both very good universities for the subject.

    The table:
    http://www.theguardian.com/education...ng-and-finance
 
 
 
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