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    I have been given the offer to study Economics MSc at Warwick and Birmingham university. However, Warwick tuition fees are £20,840 whereas university of Birmingham is £6570. They are both pure Economics MSc courses studied over 1 year, and of course I would like to have the best career prospects once completed. Any verdicts between the two?
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    (Original post by Jones30)
    I have been given the offer to study Economics MSc at Warwick and Birmingham university. However, Warwick tuition fees are £20,840 whereas university of Birmingham is £6570. They are both pure Economics MSc courses studied over 1 year, and of course I would like to have the best career prospects once completed. Any verdicts between the two?
    Warwick's brand is very strong amongst grad employers, so there's that. But, it depends how much you're willing to drop on this MSc - if money is legitimate issue, you may be better off choosing Birmingham.

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