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    Applying for mathematics with economics and Im wondering which is better: LSE, UCL or Warwick?
    considering both social life and the courses
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    Makes no difference. There is no "better" from those universities. Its a made up concept by 17 year olds on this forum.
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    London School of Economics

    The clue is in the name
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    (Original post by xeniadmt)
    Applying for mathematics with economics and Im wondering which is better: LSE, UCL or Warwick?
    considering both social life and the courses
    for maths
    UCL

    for maths with economics
    the other 2
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    for maths
    UCL

    for maths with economics
    the other 2
    For maths, UCL is overhyped. Warwick is miles ahead of the others.

    For economics, I would choose LSE, its in the name
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    (Original post by FGT12)
    For maths, UCL is overrated. Warwick is miles ahead of the others.
    entitled to your opinion
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    entitled to your opinion
    See http://results.ref.ac.uk/Results/ByUoa/10.

    HIgher research output means more funding for the next 5 years. More funding means a greater ability to attract high quality staff, being able to lay on more courses. High research output sets the pace for the course, so that masters students could do phds there.

    Warwick: 4*: 44%, 3*: 48%, number of full time equivalent staff submitted: 104

    UCL: 4*: 27%, 3*: 55%, number of full time equivalent staff submitted: 62.95

    Better with a higher research output.

    Not that UCL would be any way a place to study or not prestigious (not sarcastic)
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    (Original post by FGT12)
    See http://results.ref.ac.uk/Results/ByUoa/10.

    HIgher research output means more funding for the next 5 years. More funding means attractive high quality staff, being able to lay on more courses. High research output sets the pace for the course, so that masters students could do phds there.

    Warwick: 4*: 44%, 3*: 48%, number of full time equivalent staff submitted: 104

    UCL: 4*: 27%, 3*: 55%, number of full time equivalent staff submitted: 62.95

    better with a higher research output

    Not that UCL would be any way a place to study or not prestigious (not sarcastic)
    entitled to your opinion again.

    I am not interested in empty statistics... these can be "weighed" accordingly

    UCL is an international cornerstone together with OXBRIDGE and imperial.

    that is my humble opinion
 
 
 
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