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Which one is stronger: LSE in Europe and NYU Stern in US (Undergraduate) Watch

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    Hi guys.

    Both are great institutions but it's hard to say which one is better because they are in different systems.

    Yet I am wondering, for a financial career (say IB), how to compare the position of LSE in Europe with that of Stern in US? (mainly in terms of recruitment and prestige)

    Also, assume you do well in both, which name is more likely to get you a job at firms like Goldman, Morgan Stanley or Blakcstone in each area?

    Thank you.
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    (Original post by ronronronz)
    Hi guys.

    Both are great institutions but it's hard to say which one is better because they are in different systems.

    Yet I am wondering, for a financial career (say IB), how to compare the position of LSE in Europe with that of Stern in US? (mainly in terms of recruitment and prestige)

    Also, assume you do well in both, which name is more likely to get you a job at firms like Goldman, Morgan Stanley or Blakcstone in each area?

    Thank you.
    LSE would be better for Europe

    Wharton/top Ivies/Stanford/Duke etc would be better in the US

    Stern is pretty good though

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    LSE would be better for Europe

    Wharton/top Ivies/Stanford/Duke etc would be better in the US

    Stern is pretty good though

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    ^

    Spot on
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    LSE would be better for Europe

    Wharton/top Ivies/Stanford/Duke etc would be better in the US

    Stern is pretty good though

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    Thanks for your information.
 
 
 
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