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I am going into year 13 in September and need to decide my options for uni. I want to do maths with economics as my degree but only a few top unis do that course such as LSE and UCL. Which uni would be better for me to do that course, or are there any other top unis that offer that course?
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other unis that do maths with economics- Exeter, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, York, Durham, Warwick, Nottingham.
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(Original post by sammosmitho1o)
I am going into year 13 in September and need to decide my options for uni. I want to do maths with economics as my degree but only a few top unis do that course such as LSE and UCL. Which uni would be better for me to do that course, or are there any other top unis that offer that course?
to add my two cents: I would say the LSE - it's economics is only subordinate to oxbridge and only it and imperial come close to rivalling oxbridge in terms of (intl) reputation. warwick's flagship courses are maths and econ - so it's fantastic too. UCL is also a target school so a decent option too. lots of my friends applied to these unis, and LSE was always their top choice, followed by warwick. those who got rejected by these two unis are going to ucl.
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other unis that do maths with economics- Exeter, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, York, Durham, Warwick, Nottingham.
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to add my two cents: I would say the LSE - it's economics is only subordinate to oxbridge and only it and imperial come close to rivalling oxbridge in terms of (intl) reputation. warwick's flagship courses are maths and econ - so it's fantastic too. UCL is also a target school so a decent option too. lots of my friends applied to these unis, and LSE was always their top choice, followed by warwick. those who got rejected by these two unis are going to ucl.
thank you! so you're saying that LSE is a more prestigious uni? but is the uni life there good? how did your friends like it?
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thank you! so you're saying that LSE is a more prestigious uni? but is the uni life there good? how did your friends like it?
Apart from oxbridge, i would say the LSE/imperial are arguably the most prestigious british unis, especially abroad. Uni life is whatever u make of it - at any uni there will be students that complain and students that love it. Obvs due to the nature of the academic intensity at top unis there will be less time to party, but that’s the opportunity cost i suppose
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