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So which is better for job prospects and employer reputation overall:
- BSc Economics & Finance at Queen Mary
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- BSc Economics/Economics with Accounting at City University
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Don't know much about the QMUL, but CASS business school at City is widely reputed.
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Ah okay thanks. By the way, the Economics course is not provided by CASS. It's just provided by City Uni itself.
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Don't know much about the QMUL, but CASS business school at City is widely reputed.
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Ah okay thanks. By the way, the Economics course is not provided by CASS. It's just provided by City Uni itself.
If it's not by CASS then go for QMUL.
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qmul, cass doesn't offer econ
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qmul, cass doesn't offer econ
Yh exactly what I said. It's not offered by Cass, but City Uni itself...
http://www.city.ac.uk/courses/underg.../economics-bsc
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Yh exactly what I said. It's not offered by Cass, but City Uni itself...
http://www.city.ac.uk/courses/underg.../economics-bsc
in that case qmul would be better for econ
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in that case qmul would be better for econ
I tend to agree also that QMUL is better for economics than City. In terms of entry criteria, which can be thought as a good indicator of how good the course is, QMUL asks for 36 IB points and City for 33.

In terms of ranking QMUL usually scores higher than City, at the 20-30 range compared to 30-40 range for City.

In terms of research in the last REF QMUL scores higher than City in Economics and overall.

But, when it comes to courses offered by Cass, the business school of City, the situation looks different. There I would argue City has an advantage since its business school is world renowned.

By the way, City recently joined the university of London (UoL). So now both QMUL and City are constituent colleges of UoL. Source: http://www.city.ac.uk/university-of-London
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