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    Manchester - BA, Economics or could easily switch to BA, Finance
    Nottingham - BSc Industrial Economics

    Would the degree be more quantitative from Manchester or Nottingham?
    Secondly,what degree/university from the above give me the best opportunity to do more a quanty masters degree? e.g in finance or even economics.

    Any feedback is appreciated.
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    Bump. Wanting to know feedback from someone who had to decide between Manchester Economics L100 and Nottingham Ind. Economics
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    Manchester - BA, Economics or could easily switch to BA, Finance
    Nottingham - BSc Industrial Economics

    Would the degree be more quantitative from Manchester or Nottingham?
    Secondly,what degree/university from the above give me the best opportunity to do more a quanty masters degree? e.g in finance or even economics.

    Any feedback is appreciated.
    Nottingham.

    Their finance society is amazing, and so many of my friends there have landed SW seats this past year - including someone doing Industrial Econ (she got 6 SWs). That, and the beautiful campus coupled with a vibrant nightlife scene will set the stage for an immersive social experience.

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    If you love finance and maths that much, study finance.
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    (Original post by glebp)
    Manchester - BA, Economics or could easily switch to BA, Finance
    Nottingham - BSc Industrial Economics

    Would the degree be more quantitative from Manchester or Nottingham?
    Secondly,what degree/university from the above give me the best opportunity to do more a quanty masters degree? e.g in finance or even economics.

    Any feedback is appreciated.
    If you want to a more quantitative masters Economics would probably be a better course.
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    Nottingham.

    Their finance society is amazing, and so many of my friends there have landed SW seats this past year - including someone doing Industrial Econ (she got 6 SWs). That, and the beautiful campus coupled with a vibrant nightlife scene will set the stage for an immersive social experience.

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    Stay focused.

    He wants to do a "quanty" Masters degree.
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    Stay focused.

    He wants to do a "quanty" Masters degree.
    You could also read his prior posts and realise he's very much interested in going into finance. Manchester's BA degree is no more 'quanty' than Nottingham's Industrial Econ degree. Both have mathematical modules baked into them.



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    Appreciate the feedback everybody, looks like Nottingham is indeed the better option to go with..
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Their finance society is amazing, and so many of my friends there have landed SW seats this past year - including someone doing Industrial Econ (she got 6 SWs). That, and the beautiful campus coupled with a vibrant nightlife scene will set the stage for an immersive social experience.

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