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    Hey,

    I want to study Maths and Econ and have shortlisted LSE as a possible school. However, having read tsr I'm lead to believe that LSE's math department is nothing special but they have a strong econ.

    I have also been looking at Warwick, but don't fancy living cov. The other uni would be UCL but their maths and econ course is mainly maths and I would like 50/50 split.

    What other schools are there? Oxbridge? Bristol?

    I want to go to a target uni

    Thanks
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    (Original post by ramie)
    Hey,

    I want to study Maths and Econ and have shortlisted LSE as a possible school. However, having read tsr I'm lead to believe that LSE's math department is nothing special but they have a strong econ.

    I have also been looking at Warwick, but don't fancy living cov. The other uni would be UCL but their maths and econ course is mainly maths and I would like 50/50 split.

    What other schools are there? Oxbridge? Bristol?

    I want to go to a target uni

    Thanks
    The list goes like this:
    Cambridge/Oxford
    Imperial
    Warwick/LSE/Bristol
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    The list goes like this:
    Cambridge/Oxford
    Imperial
    Warwick/LSE/Bristol
    Bristol is not really in the same category as LSE or Warwick for Maths and Econ. Perhaps a tier below with Durham and whatnot.

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    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    Bristol is not really in the same category as LSE or Warwick for Maths and Econ. Perhaps a tier below with Durham and whatnot.

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    Bristol is ranked higher than Warwick and LSE internationally. Even nationally in mathematics.
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Bristol is ranked higher than Warwick and LSE internationally. Even nationally in mathematics.
    LOL for real? For Maths it goes Cambridge/Oxford then Imperial/Warwick. Econ Cambridge/LSE, then Oxford Warwick UCL.
    Bristol is not on the same level
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    (Original post by HangeeTw)
    LOL for real? For Maths it goes Cambridge/Oxford then Imperial/Warwick. Econ Cambridge/LSE, then Oxford Warwick UCL.
    Bristol is not on the same level
    You said Oxford twice

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    (Original post by Themathgeek)
    You said Oxford twice

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    what are u on about?
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Bristol is ranked higher than Warwick and LSE internationally. Even nationally in mathematics.
    LOL bristol is nothing compared to LSE and Warwick. Warwick and LSE are another level in every way
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    (Original post by HangeeTw)
    what are u on about?
    Looool I'm clearly blind , sorry xD

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