Hi - I’m stuck on where to go for uni. I received an offer for accounting and finance at Lse and considering this is a highly prestigious uni, it will open many doors for future employment. However, I also have been accepted on the Queen Mary Flying start programme with PwC which will guarantee me a post graduate job with PwC (considering I achieve a 2:1 in my degree) after I finish my 3 ACA exams. I will also only have to complete 3 ACA exams (out of 15), as I get 12 exemptions, to qualify as a chartered accountant once I’ve graduated, and I will then be working with PwC - one of the best accounting firms in the world. This program also comes with other benefits such as guaranteed paid work experience, which means I will not have to apply for internships during the summer. I won’t also have to apply to graduate schemes after university (which can be very stressful as students usually apply to around 100 and only ever get a few offers. At Lse, you will be exempt from 7-8/15 ACA exams in comparison to this programme’s 12, but the flying start programme is 4 years compared to LSE's 3 years. However, Lse has one the most acclaimed finance department in the world so it would seem strange to reject it. Where should I go?