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    What is the best uni for Undergraduate Economics: UCL, Warwick or Bocconi?
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    UCL by far
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    UCL. :yep:

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    Warwick easily.

    The league table doesn't lie either: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...gs?s=economics

    Right next to Cambridge. Let me just say this now, Warwick's main specialities are Economics and Mathematics. They are renowned for these two fields.

    In terms of employment prospects? Both Warwick & UCL are evenly matched. Employers highly value graduates from both institutions.

    If you don't care as much about the rigour of the course and just want the university that will land you jobs (not saying UCL is lesser, it's incredibly prestigious) then you might be swayed by other factors (e.g. campus, nightlife etc.) as both will put you in a great position when looking for jobs!
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    Warwick easily.

    The league table doesn't lie either: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...gs?s=economics

    Right next to Cambridge. Let me just say this now, Warwick's main specialities are Economics and Mathematics. They are renowned for these two fields.

    In terms of employment prospects? Both Warwick & UCL are evenly matched. Employers highly value graduates from both institutions.

    If you don't care as much about the rigour of the course and just want the university that will land you jobs (not saying UCL is lesser, it's incredibly prestigious) then you might be swayed by other factors (e.g. campus, nightlife etc.) as both will put you in a great position when looking for jobs!
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    My contribution:

    Warwick>(slightly) UCL > Bocconi

    Bocconi is mostly good for their Masters degrees, their bachelors programmes suffer.

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