Recently I was accepted into Erasmus School of Economics (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. Although I realize none of these schools are target schools, I would like to hear your opinion in which of them I would gain better chances to build a strong career. I believe Stockholm School of Economics in Riga is really good education wise, however, I doubt it is as prestigious as its primary university in Stockholm. Erasmus School of Economics, on the other hand, may have better networking possibilities.

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