URGENT : SciencesPo/LSE or Business School ?

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Lavandeee
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Hello !

I need your opinion. I am faced with several choices, and I don't know anyone in this business to know what the best choice is.

I would like to work later in the Big Four (or even the international economic institutions or the French Ministry of Economy). I am French, and I am admitted to Sciences Po (International Economic Policy) and the LSE (MSc in Economic History). I also applied in parallel to Business Schools, including ESCP and EDHEC. I am French and for the moment I plan to stay in France (but I don't mind going abroad).


I was wondering then what would be the best choice between:

1) To do the Master in international economic policy and make a deferral of the LSE, so I take a year off to go to the LSE => basically, I will be a graduate of Sciences Po + LSE if my deferral is accepted

2) Either I join the ESCP or the EDHEC, which are very well known in France


Indeed, I'm afraid that SciencesPo and the LSE are too theoretical, and since the training courses are not directly in finance, I don't know if it will have an impact to integrate the big four? Wouldn't business schools be a better option? What do you think is the best choice?

Thank you very much for your answer, I'm a little confused!
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Ask/look at where grads end up and where the big four recruit from. You may also want to look at what qualifications jobs you are interested in need.
(Original post by Lavandeee)
Hello !

I need your opinion. I am faced with several choices, and I don't know anyone in this business to know what the best choice is.

I would like to work later in the Big Four (or even the international economic institutions or the French Ministry of Economy). I am French, and I am admitted to Sciences Po (International Economic Policy) and the LSE (MSc in Economic History). I also applied in parallel to Business Schools, including ESCP and EDHEC. I am French and for the moment I plan to stay in France (but I don't mind going abroad).


I was wondering then what would be the best choice between:

1) To do the Master in international economic policy and make a deferral of the LSE, so I take a year off to go to the LSE => basically, I will be a graduate of Sciences Po + LSE if my deferral is accepted

2) Either I join the ESCP or the EDHEC, which are very well known in France


Indeed, I'm afraid that SciencesPo and the LSE are too theoretical, and since the training courses are not directly in finance, I don't know if it will have an impact to integrate the big four? Wouldn't business schools be a better option? What do you think is the best choice?

Thank you very much for your answer, I'm a little confused!
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