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Hi guys
I am an international student and going to study Economics at the Uni.
I got A*AA(Math/Econ/Further math) and I am considering to apply
City, University of London for Econ.
The entry requirement for City uni Econ is BBB.
I am also applying LSE Econ,UCL Econ and maybe warwick/Durham too.
The reason I am considering City Uni of London is because the tuition fees for oversea students are cheaper than other unis which is 16000 pounds. Also, I could get a scholarships.
And I am now running my business in my home country about trade and also thinking running my business in London too. So I think staying London is quite nice for my business too.
The difference between my actual grade and the requirement for City Uni London is big but I would like to go City if their reputation is quite nice. I would like to work in the financial sector.
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I think City's econ department is fairly new if i'm not wrong, and also it doesn't rank very high on league tables and isn't a 'target' uni, but ofc being in London would be an advantage!
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