Choice of undergraduate BS - RSM/Warwick/ESSEC

Hey,
So I recently got accepted in some business schools and wanted to know your opinion about which one should I choose depending on my career pathway. I am an international student from EU(oveseas fees for UK) and I've been having a tought time deciding where should I do.
I got accepted for International Management @ Warwick + RSM IBA which were my top 2 choices (apart from LSE BSc Management where I got rejected). Both are great and have more or less the same prestige and career opportunities. Career related I am aiming towards tech-consulting/entrepreuneurship but I wouldn't mind working in IB/VC for the first years. Thanks in advance for your help.

 
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Hey, congrats. Warwick and RSM are two excellent bachelor programs. Directly exclude ESSEC not all worth those two degrees. Well I would say methodologically, if you want to live and work in the UK then opt for Warwick, if you want to work in Europe then go for RSM. In the US, both has the same reputation (although not that much tbh). Finally, I am sure you are aware but the price difference is close to 3x at Warwick vs RSM so if that is a concern... Good luck on the choice but overall you can't go wrong with any, both are among the best bachelor in business in Europe (with LSE and HSG/Bocconi if you speak German/Italian). Suerte :)

 

I am Spanish so looking forward to work in EMEA rather than in the UK haha. RSM is slowly getting it's name around with the big boys even if LSE/Oxbridge/Bocco are clearly ahead .Thanks for the valuable insights.

 

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