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    I'm fine with either major/career path and living in either country, but how much of a target school are both; how are they viewed by employers in their respective countries/fields (law and finance/Wall St)/internationally?

    Currently leaning towards LSE because it seems to give more flexibility (can move from law to finance after a few years but not the other way around), and I get the impression it is more career-oriented/focused on employability than Chicago. I'm an international student so anyone who can answer from that perspective would be great

    Both pretty reputable universities tbh. Good luck on getting offers from both? As far as I am aware, LSE is very respected for law, particularly with being in the financial centre with connections to the top city firms. Are you currently studying in England, and if so- what sort of GCSEs and A Levels did you get?
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