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did anyone receive any decisions for kcl international management bsc?
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did anyone receive any decisions for kcl international management bsc?
Not yet! How about you?
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did anyone receive any decisions for kcl international management bsc?
Nope not yet .. hopefully we hear back soon !!
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Do you guys receive any feedback from KCL?
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Why KCL? What careers do you hope to go into?
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Btw I love KCL so I'm just looking to see why others chose it.
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Anyone with an international management MSc offer or Kira interview request? When did you guys apply?
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(Original post by cloudnim)
did anyone receive any decisions for kcl international management bsc?
Yes got an offer for a bsc in international Management recently
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Btw I love KCL so I'm just looking to see why others chose it.
Semi target uni for finance
In london so i can live at home
Decent uni not as good as lse or Warwick but better than my other offer which was Nottingham
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I would love to do a year abroad or placement year
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Semi target uni for finance
In london so i can live at home
Decent uni not as good as lse or Warwick but better than my other offer which was Nottingham
Ahh, I live in London too but I chose Durham for finance since they're a top semi-target.
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Each to their own 🤷*♂️the only unis outside of London that I would personally choose over KCL is Warwick/ Oxbridge cause IMO they have way better ibd prospects compared to durham/ KCL
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Ngl durham’s business school aint that reputable tbh their entry requirements are like AAB compared to A*AA at most kcl business courses. I think Durham has built a good reputation thanks to humanity subjects like history/ languages classics/ english lit etc… Whereas places like LSE/ Warwick have built their reputations on social sciences like econ, politics, Business etc…
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Ngl durham’s business school aint that reputable tbh their entry requirements are like AAB compared to A*AA at most kcl business courses. I think Durham has built a good reputation thanks to humanity subjects like history/ languages classics/ english lit etc… Whereas places like LSE/ Warwick have built their reputations on social sciences like econ, politics, Business etc…
For most*
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Each to their own 🤷*♂️the only unis outside of London that I would personally choose over KCL is Warwick/ Oxbridge cause IMO they have way better ibd prospects compared to durham/ KCL
I used to think that too but it turns out that Durham is pretty solid for IB. If you look on LinkedIn, you’ll see what I mean. I did apply to Warwick and got an offer but withdrew because I lost interest in the modules since it was a very different course. For UCL, I insured it since I got told that I would find it harder to get into IB with the course - again, it was very to the course at Durham and seemed a bit soft.
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Has anyone got an offer for Msc. International Management???
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Has anyone received offer for Msc. International management?
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what course did u apply for at UCL ?
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I used to think that too but it turns out that Durham is pretty solid for IB. If you look on LinkedIn, you’ll see what I mean. I did apply to Warwick and got an offer but withdrew because I lost interest in the modules since it was a very different course. For UCL, I insured it since I got told that I would find it harder to get into IB with the course - again, it was very to the course at Durham and seemed a bit soft.
Fair enough my advice will be to try to get as much work experience because that is what will make you stand out from the thousands of applicants. I personally got some work experience with the largest Japanese bank and Morgan Stanley for their Foundations in Finance programme this summer in London ( btw no one in my extended family has ever worked in finance).

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If you got any questions then feel free to ask 😀

All the best,
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Fair enough my advice will be to try to get as much work experience because that is what will make you stand out from the thousands of applicants. I personally got some work experience with the largest Japanese bank and Morgan Stanley for their Foundations in Finance programme this summer in London ( btw no one in my extended family has ever worked in finance).

Join SEO London, The Brokerage, Rare Recruitment, UpReach, Aspiring Interns, Migrant Leaders and 10000 black interns ( if you are eligible). You seem driven, so I am sure you will get loads of springs.

If you got any questions then feel free to ask 😀

All the best,
Hey, when did you apply for Morgan Stanley for their Foundations in Finance program, and what was the application process like?
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