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May 24, 2018

Cambridge if money is an issue. Otherwise LSE has the edge

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Take cambridge without a doubt

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May 25, 2018

I'm surprised you could say Cambridge, because surely for finance:
- MSc Economic History is more relevant than MPhil Architecture and Urban Studies (unless you want to go towards Real Estate I suppose)
- LSE > Cambridge
- London > Cambridge

And whilst I personally would love to study in Cambridge for a year, I don't see how it's better in this situation. Can someone explain?

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May 24, 2018

Exactly, this is the point! +1

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May 25, 2018

go for the curriculum and not for the prestige as both universities are top notch. yes, cambridge is more well-known in the world but the LSE (finance) network is greater, and most of the analysts are actually from LSE (c. 30%).

also, both student lifes are very different: cambridge with its college systems and LSE as a cosmopolitan city-

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We've spoken before but i'm a current lse student doing econ history

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