Original post by Popo197

Hey guys,

I have received offers from both Warwick (maths and stats), and UCL (mathematics and statistical science).

Which 1 should I pick and please may I have reasons as to why?

I have received offers from both Warwick (maths and stats), and UCL (mathematics and statistical science).

Which 1 should I pick and please may I have reasons as to why?

From what i can see in first year at least, the courses are fairly similar. I don't think you would really go wrong with either one tbh.

I'm currently at Warwick doing maths so if you have any questions about it specifically feel free to ask.

Warwick has a considerably stronger maths department than UCL by most accounts. It's broadly on par with with Oxbridge/Imperial - UCL would probably be at best in a distant third category after those and then Bristol and maybe a couple of others.

That said for Warwick you will probably need to be taking STEP presumably, which can be a challenge. So consider that factor. Bear in mind though you can always have UCL be your insurance with Warwick as your firm, in case you miss the STEP condition for Warwick but get the grades

That said for Warwick you will probably need to be taking STEP presumably, which can be a challenge. So consider that factor. Bear in mind though you can always have UCL be your insurance with Warwick as your firm, in case you miss the STEP condition for Warwick but get the grades

Original post by artful_lounger

Warwick has a considerably stronger maths department than UCL by most accounts. It's broadly on par with with Oxbridge/Imperial - UCL would probably be at best in a distant third category after those and then Bristol and maybe a couple of others.

That said for Warwick you will probably need to be taking STEP presumably, which can be a challenge. So consider that factor. Bear in mind though you can always have UCL be your insurance with Warwick as your firm, in case you miss the STEP condition for Warwick but get the grades

That said for Warwick you will probably need to be taking STEP presumably, which can be a challenge. So consider that factor. Bear in mind though you can always have UCL be your insurance with Warwick as your firm, in case you miss the STEP condition for Warwick but get the grades

Hey guys,

I have received offers from both Warwick (maths and stats), and UCL (mathematics and statistical science).

Which 1 should I pick and please may I have reasons as to why?

I have received offers from both Warwick (maths and stats), and UCL (mathematics and statistical science).

Which 1 should I pick and please may I have reasons as to why?

Hey guys,

I have received offers from both Warwick (maths and stats), and UCL (mathematics and statistical science).

Which 1 should I pick and please may I have reasons as to why?

I have received offers from both Warwick (maths and stats), and UCL (mathematics and statistical science).

Which 1 should I pick and please may I have reasons as to why?

have you picked one yet? im in the same boat for the same course

(edited 4 weeks ago)

- Warwick vs UCL vs LSE for a career in private equity/ quant/ acturial science
- Economics vs Computer science vs Math degree
- Official MATHS APPLICANTS 2023 entry
- UCL vs Warwick vs Durham vs Bath
- LSE PPE for 2024 entry
- Official Economics Applicants Thread for 2024 Entry
- Concerned about UCL Econ
- Warwick or Ucl
- UCL or Durham for Comp sci
- How competitive is Warwick for these courses?
- UCL Economics 2024 Applicants
- LSE Economics Applicants 2021 Entry
- economics or economics & maths?
- Warwick MORSE vs Bocconi BAI
- Economics
- MORSE Warwick 2023
- LSE Politics and Economics Applicants
- Exeter or Warwick for a Finance BSc degree ?
- UCL vs Warwick for economics
- Warwick Math Fin vs. UCL Comp Fin vs. Toronto University Math Fin

Last reply 1 month ago

71 on the MAT, rejected for interview by both Oxford and Imperial.Last reply 1 month ago

71 on the MAT, rejected for interview by both Oxford and Imperial.