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    Hey guys, after applying to medicine, I have decided to change to Accounting and finance and will apply through ucas extra. I am predicted A* math A* bio A chem and A* french in A level. I was wondering, will warwick be in ucas extra? if they are, should i apply there or to cass as i would prefer to stay in london since my gf, all my friends are there and i really enjoy the london life. Thanks!
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    Extra opens on the 25th, you will have to wait until then to find out what degrees/universities will be available. Nobody here can tell you if you should leave London or not, that is your decision, but personally I don't think a gf is a good enough reason to stay in London.
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    It could be, you could call them ..i doubt warwick might be there but it might ...they might have not filled out all their places

    And is cass good? I heard warwick is highly tagretted by finance companies so warwick might be better for your accounting and finace degree

    I woulda applied but chose notts and exeter instead
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    (Original post by Babeydeka123)
    It could be, you could call them ..i doubt warwick might be there but it might ...they might have not filled out all their places

    And is cass good? I heard warwick is highly tagretted by finance companies so warwick might be better for your accounting and finace degree

    I woulda applied but chose notts and exeter instead
    Cass is quite good. I would tend to say that Warwick has a better reputation but I personally do not think they are miles apart.

    Here is why Cass is good:

    1) In the financial times ranking the MBA of Cass ranks 37th in the World and 6th in the UK. Warwick ranks 46th in the world and 8th in the UK. So here Cass seems to have a s Source: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoo...a-ranking-2016

    2) In various rankings (Complete, Guardian, The Times) City ranks at places 37 to 50. Warwick ranks at places 6 to 10. So here Warwick has the obvious advantage it has a better reputation as a university overall.

    3) LinkedIn has an interesting ranking on which universities are succesfull in placing students in investment banking jobs. Warwick ranks 5th and City ranks 11 out of 15 listed universities. So here Warwick has an advantage. Source: https://www.linkedin.com/edu/ranking...stment-banking

    4) City will join the university of London. City will become one of the constituent colleges of the university of London on the 1st of August 2016. This should increase the reputation of the university. Source: http://www.city.ac.uk/university-of-London

    5) efinancialcareers has created an interesting ranking on the top 30 Masters in Finance for getting a job in investment banking. Cass ranks 9th and Warwick 21st. So here Cass has an advantage.

    So overall, I believe Cass to be a good business school.

    Hope this helps.
 
 
 
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