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Which one would you go for assuming offers held from both?
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I would go for cambridge since it has a massive reputation. You will have a competitive edge when applying for job positions when they see you graduated from cambridge.
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LSE Economics graduates are some of the highest paid graduates in the world. Next on the list is Cambridge...

It really depends on what you value. What stands out in either course? Do u wanna specialise in Land Economy or just do a general Economics degree?

Do you value where you're going to study?

Do you think you'll do well at any particular institution?
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Which one would you go for assuming offers held from both?
Cambridge! Obviously, why would you choose anything else.
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