Business Mathematics and Statistics (LSE) or Economics and Statistics? (UCL) Watch

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I took a year out (sort of) because I didn't know what to do with my life. I narrowed down my options to the aforementioned. LSE should be offering an unconditional, or UCL would require me to improve an A* (I am not too far away from doing this, as I flopped one C4 exam last year). I don't know what to put as my first option! I am not a fan of studying old theories in Economics, but I enjoy mathematics and statistics from S2/S1. UCL would be an easier journey, and I was studying there last year, so I am quite accustomed to it. I heard might job prospects are good at LSE. Is Business Mathematics and Statistics firstly a respecful degree? Secondly what is it like? Surely they are quite similar?

Thanks in advance!

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