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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
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    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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