LSE or Bocconi
Hi, I have been admitted to Bocconi in the program Bachelor of International Economics and Finance, and also to LSE in BSc Finance. My reservations for LSE are that, unlike in Milan, I don't know anyone in London. Furthermore, since UK exited EU, LSE and life in London is much more expensive than at Bocconi, where I have been offered a scholarship. Also, I am wondering whether after Brexit London provides the same career opportunities since it is not the European financial capital anymore. In recent years Bocconi has been progressing and rising in the universities rankings. Moreover, a lot of my friends will be attending Bocconi. I hope to pursue a career in consultancy or investment banking in the future and am wondering which university would be more beneficial. I hope you can help me answer the question whether LSE is worth the x3 or x4 the money that otherwise would be spent at Bocconi, Milan. Thank you in advance!