Bocconi vs Warwick vs King's College vs City University

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Hello everyone!

I'm a french student who will pass this year the French Scientific Baccalaureat, also called Bac S. Next year, I'm planning to do something different, I would like to study Economics or/and notions related to it.

I received these different offers:
- Mathematics and Economics (BSc) from Warwick
- Investment and Financial Risk Management (BSc) from City University
- Economics and Management (BSc) from King's College
- Economics and Finance - taught in English (BSc) from Bocconi

I don't really know which of these could be the best option.
I'd like to add that I might come back for my MSc (HEC could be a good option for instance) or move to the US... Later I would like to work in something related to Finance and/or Economics.

Which of these courses would provide me the best for my future?

I would go for Bocconi considering they have strong connections but your opinions really interest me,

Thanks in advance guys,

FrenchGuy11,
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(Original post by FrenchGuy11)
Hello everyone!

I'm a french student who will pass this year the French Scientific Baccalaureat, also called Bac S. Next year, I'm planning to do something different, I would like to study Economics or/and notions related to it.

I received these different offers:
- Mathematics and Economics (BSc) from Warwick
- Investment and Financial Risk Management (BSc) from City University
- Economics and Management (BSc) from King's College
- Economics and Finance - taught in English (BSc) from Bocconi

I don't really know which of these could be the best option.
I'd like to add that I might come back for my MSc (HEC could be a good option for instance) or move to the US... Later I would like to work in something related to Finance and/or Economics.

Which of these courses would provide me the best for my future?

I would go for Bocconi considering they have strong connections but your opinions really interest me,

Thanks in advance guys,

FrenchGuy11,
In the UK, Warwick is the strongest.

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