I would really appreciate any advice any one can give here.
I have received an offer from the University of Edinburgh for their MSc in Finance and Investment and one from Warwick for their MSc in Finance.
I am not from the UK and I am finding it difficult to make a choice.
I understand that Warwick is a great school, however when I visited it I found ti to be quite isolated.
I feel that Edinburgh would be more enjoyable but does it offer the same exposure (career wise) as Warwick?
Would you see both courses as being equally good?
Thanks for your help, it will be much appreciated.
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- Thread Starter
- 15-07-2008 08:56
- 19-07-2008 18:00
I would see the Warwick course as being a lot better.
yes warwick is a campus uni but coventry is only 15 minutes away. Having said which you will not have a lot of time for socialising on the msc finance course.
- 17-10-2008 07:35
well as far as my research goes warwick cource is better than edinburgh cource , though edinburgh cource is no.1 in scotland but still in terms of employbility warwick will give you exposure to many more companies as compared to edinburgh and w.b.s is well repected world over
all the best!!
- 17-10-2008 21:19
I think that Warwick is better for this course. I am also applying for MSc in Finance to Warwick, and it is my first choice. Warwick Business School is the famous one and I think there will not be any problems with employment after, especially in Finance Degree.
I dont know how about Edinburgh, but Warwick is WARWICK !!!
- 19-10-2008 10:54
Warwick Business School is a leading brand name in the academia and top employers. Their graduates are highly sought after by the top bulge bracket firms. You will never be wrong in going for Warwick.
Warwick Business School has global reputation and is one of the top 50 business schools in the world.