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    Hi there, currently I am very dilemma with my unis choices for actuarial science. I got offered from Kent, UEA, City(CASS) , LSE and Southampton. Personally I'd prefer Cass or LSE.

    I've heard Cass has qualified actuaries as their lecturers and guide you into further exemptions such as SA, is that true? Is their teaching modules is better than LSE? Cass offered a sandwich year but not LSE.
    However on the other hand, LSE has better reputation and library! Anyone from LSE actuarial science department could give me an idea how was the course in LSE?
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Updated: February 4, 2017
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