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    Hi guys

    I hold two conditional offers at the moment:

    MSc Finance and Economics (Warwick)

    MSc Quantitative Finance (CASS)

    I am still waiting to hear from LSE and Imperial. I have until March 6 to accept the Warwick Offer and till Feb 13 for the Cass offer. Just wondering what you guys think I should do. Should I wait for LSE (I hear they take forever) or should I just accept one of my offers? If so, which one do you think I should accept? I wanted to do a quant finance program (I applied for MSc Financial Maths at Warwick too), but I think Warwick>Cass. Thoughts?

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    Australian Undergraduate Honours Student In Finance, Economics and Econometrics. First Class Honours. Graduated second in my class. Wrote a dissertation on exchange rate decompositon and the carry trade. Decent co-curriculars. No work experience
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    Definitely Warwick > Cass. LSE takes about a month to consider your application once all the material has been checked. You can use the LSEForYou portal to check your status, whether your application has been passed to the department.
 
 
 
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