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I currently hold an unconditional to LSE for Mathematics & Economics and also an unconditional to Warwick for MORSE. As someone career driven and fairly certain that I want to start my career in Investment Banking, I know LSE will be the better option for me. However, as a university I prefer Warwick. I need help choosing between the courses and would love some advice from people within the finance industry and how these two universities and courses hold.
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As both universities are brilliant for the respective courses I'd look more into the course content. What do you think you'd enjoy more or learn more from etc.
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As both universities are brilliant for the respective courses I'd look more into the course content. What do you think you'd enjoy more or learn more from etc.
Since I got my LSE offer, which I wasn't expecting to be honest, my head has been a little scrambled and would have to go through both thoroughly again. From what I can remember, I prefer the flexibility of the Warwick course but I think I would enjoy both courses. I'm just scared not going to LSE may meaning it would be harder for me to go into investment banking. Saying that, even though I think I'd enjoy Warwick more, I think I would still enjoy both!
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