Hi folks! I'm from Colorado, and I'm done with the whole application fiasco. I haven't heard from Essex, Southampton, or Warwick yet, but I hope to in the next couple weeks. I got MSc offers from Sussex (Economics), York (Economics and Econometrics), and Nottingham (Economics and Econometrics). I've heard York's econometrics faculty is one of the strongest in the world, but I don't know how good their MSc Economics and Econometrics program is compared to Nottingham's. I've heard nothing but good things about both. I'm looking to go into the field of research. How do these two programs distinguish themselves from each other?
Or does it play no part?