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BA History, Politics and Economics at UCL's SSEES or MA Economic History at Edinburgh or Politics and Economics at Bristol.

- I am interested in all these disciplines: history, politics and economics
- I don't think I mind studying HPE in the context of Eastern Europe as long as my knowledge and skills I have acquired from the disciplines are solid and transferable
- I would like to go into banking investment or consultancy, which would the employers like best?
- I would like to specialise in Economics, but at the same time, get to study history and politics which are my interest
- the percentage of Asian students at each places (for UCL, I mean in the SSEES)
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UCL > Edinburgh > Bristol
UCL is very famous for social sciences courses, followed by Edinburgh Bristol is more of a technical institute.

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Well, my HPE course is not really in the UCL’s social sci department but in the school of slavonic and east europe studies instead so im not sure how reputable it is as I’ve not seen many positive comments about it.
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For that just wait for some other replies or investigate the internet !
(Original post by dumpling10)
Well, my HPE course is not really in the UCL’s social sci department but in the school of slavonic and east europe studies instead so im not sure how reputable it is as I’ve not seen many positive comments about it.
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(Original post by dumpling10)
BA History, Politics and Economics at UCL's SSEES or MA Economic History at Edinburgh or Politics and Economics at Bristol.

- I am interested in all these disciplines: history, politics and economics
- I don't think I mind studying HPE in the context of Eastern Europe as long as my knowledge and skills I have acquired from the disciplines are solid and transferable
- I would like to go into banking investment or consultancy, which would the employers like best?
- I would like to specialise in Economics, but at the same time, get to study history and politics which are my interest
- the percentage of Asian students at each places (for UCL, I mean in the SSEES)
read the stickied threads and don't be this lazy
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(Original post by Princepieman)
read the stickied threads and don't be this lazy
Im pretty sure i’ve read more than 90% of the threads relating to HPE at ssees but still find some of my questions unanswered. Also, i dont think i’ve ever come across anyone who has to choose between the exact same courses and uni as me, so i thought i would post this to get specific opinions from people who r willing to share their thoughts. And umm.. i think everyone here has the right to post a question if they feel like they want to? If you don’t wanna answer, just ignore it.
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Honestly would go for Bristol or Edinburgh. The hype around UCL died a death a few years back. Yeah it's in London, that's the biggest thing going for it.
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Bristol is more of a technical institute.
uh wat
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(Original post by 2019vacapps)
Honestly would go for Bristol or Edinburgh. The hype around UCL died a death a few years back. Yeah it's in London, that's the biggest thing going for it.
OP's a wannabe investment banker, so the 'hype' around UCL is very much real
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The hype around UCL is for those who didn't get into Oxbridge.
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ummm no idea on which uni is better for your discipline all i can say is bristol is a really lovely city
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