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    Hi! I can't decide whether I want to study Econ and stats at UCL - or Economics and Global Sustainable Development at Warwick! Please help!

    UCL would probably be better for job prospects with better links in the city and a course that is attractive to employers
    However I think i would enjoy the course at Warwick more as it is more per my interest. But theres theres huge cos involved at Warwick because at UCL I can live at home!

    Any opinions? Is Econ and GSD a credible degree? Its a very new course - will it be attractive to employers?
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    Thinking purely from a career perspective, UCL will be better. The stats part and the London advantage willwork in your favour. That said, the Warwick course won't exactly be bad overall, although I can see it being sidelined against econ/maths&econ/maths/morse sort of degrees.
 
 
 
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