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Warwick MORSE or UCL Mathematics with Economics

Hi

I need to decide between firming MORSE at Warwick and Mathematics with Economics at UCL.

I prefer MORSE as a course but I prefer London as a location.

Could anyone studying in either university offer some information on what either is like (literally anything)?

How is UCL's maths department - how is teaching, how is the work-life balance...

Does anyone also have some input on either unis graduate prospects - are they quite similar or not?

thanks
I don't really think UCL compares to Warwick for maths in general academic terms.

Graduate prospects are going to be similar. Warwick MORSE is pretty well known in the finance sector particularly, but in principle they're both target unis for investment banks/management consulting firms, and otherwise they're pretty much equal anyway.

London isn't really all that special, and it's crazy expensive. I'm not really sure how much you can do in London as a poor student realistically! Getting drunk is the same everywhere and anything else in London you can just do on a weekend visit or spending a few days during a reading week or during a holiday.

edit: also please stop spam posting the same thread. You need only one thread in one forum on a single topic.
(edited 1 month ago)
Original post by artful_lounger
I don't really think UCL compares to Warwick for maths in general academic terms.
Graduate prospects are going to be similar. Warwick MORSE is pretty well known in the finance sector particularly, but in principle they're both target unis for investment banks/management consulting firms, and otherwise they're pretty much equal anyway.
London isn't really all that special, and it's crazy expensive. I'm not really sure how much you can do in London as a poor student realistically! Getting drunk is the same everywhere and anything else in London you can just do on a weekend visit or spending a few days during a reading week or during a holiday.
edit: also please stop spam posting the same thread. You need only one thread in one forum on a single topic.

oh sorry! i dont really know how posts work on TSR. i thought when you choose which forum the post goes in, it can only be seen from that forum. my bad.

thanks for the advice
(edited 1 month ago)

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