Bocconi BEIF on a full scholarship vs UCL Economics
I met UCL offer today, I am a non-EU citizen. So UCL will cost me around 140k $ (tuition + living expenses), while Bocconi would cost around 40k.
If I went to Bocconi, I would have the opportunity to pursue an MFin at UK top targets or Bocconi MFin as a fallback option. While I can't do that if I went to UCL. Is UCL worth the risk, or would I be better off saving on tuition and getting a top masters while also having a brand-name bachelors degree?