London School of Economics vs Kings CollegeSubscribe
I have an offer from both LSE and Kings for an non-numerate undergraduate degree. Although I feel it’s a given due to the prestige and name LSE has compared to Kings, the course at Kings is more interesting, it has options for a year abroad that aren’t available at LSE and the social is generally known to be better at Kings so for that reason my preference is Kings.
My question is, how much more does the LSE name factor in than Kings when applying for internships and jobs later on?
End game for me is a job in commodity trading (Glencore/Trafigura, BP/Shell) or front office investment banking at a BB.