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    Hi guys
    i need a little guidance about which course to pursue. I am comfortable with both of the subjects, but the matter is that i dont know which is more beneficial in terms or further study and job opportunities as well as pay scale....??
    exactly what kind of jobs i may get after doing any one of the degree courses?
    pls guide me which degree course i should take?
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    I think that economics and management is more broad and the scope of skills that it gives is more. In other words, you'll probably have more to offer your future employers or if you are deciding to start a business of your own, i think it is more beneficial; prospective jobs could be high-ranked managers. However, in my opinion accounting and finance is more specialised in that you would get jobs at banks and financial institutes or as an accountant, which is also good. SO really it depends on what you really want and what you think you would benefit most with, but i think you would start off with probably the same pay.

    Hope i helped a little : ) : )
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    LSE don't offer Bsc Economics and Management, they offer them individually though
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    (Original post by Ramon)
    I think that economics and management is more broad and the scope of skills that it gives is more. In other words, you'll probably have more to offer your future employers or if you are deciding to start a business of your own, i think it is more beneficial; prospective jobs could be high-ranked managers. However, in my opinion accounting and finance is more specialised in that you would get jobs at banks and financial institutes or as an accountant, which is also good. SO really it depends on what you really want and what you think you would benefit most with, but i think you would start off with probably the same pay.

    Hope i helped a little : ) : )
    thanx ramon! yea thats a lot of help!
    if i go for the economics and management course i can go for corporate finance elective ...and i think this is one of the imp sub in the acc and finance course? ryte?

    btw can u elaborate same pay ? :P i mean how much any idea?
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    (Original post by ColdVein)
    LSE don't offer Bsc Economics and Management, they offer them individually though
    well i have the prospectus and this subject is stated there! =D
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    (Original post by nfs_pk)
    well i have the prospectus and this subject is stated there! =D
    :confused: Is it an external degree?
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    i am extremely sorry for not mentioning about it. Yes it is an external program!
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