Lse is one of Europe/Uk's most prestigious economics & business schools, however as a result of its location- I have heard that it's difficult placing from there to wall street after undergrad. Any opinions? 

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  • Prospect in IB-M&A
Sep 6, 2021 - 9:38am

Yeah, you're right. The pipelines don't exist for the most part and most students also have visa issues. Your best bets are to get a job at the London office and then try to transfer or do a masters in the US after undergrad.

Of course, if you haven't applied yet snd you want to work in the US, I'd look into US a schools as that's the most clear path.

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