Rate my UK/EU MSc degree options

Objective from a master's program: consulting or finance
Would appreciate your opinions on the following programs.

First Tier Programs
University of Warwick:
○ MSc Economics
Imperial College London:
○ MSc Economics & Strategy for Business
Erasmus University Rotterdam:
○ MSc Strategic Management
University College London:
○ MSc Management
Imperial College London:
○ MSc Management
Second Tier Programs
University of Edinburgh:
○ MSc Economics
London School of Economics:
○ MSc International Political Economy
Erasmus University Rotterdam:
○ MSc Strategy Economics
Oxford:
○ MSc Economic and Social History

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Comments (9)

Apr 10, 2020 - 6:35pm

I'm not sure, on the LSE website they state that many graduates of the program I listed tend go to banking/consulting. So then in your perspective, I should focus on the programs in economics/management?

Thing is I also am doing my undergrad in economics, and hence maybe that will be relevant.

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Aug 1, 2020 - 2:29pm

Would also say this is true for the US. Many people in America have great respect for LSE & Oxford. No one knows Erasmus and some of the other "1st tier" programs you mentioned.

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Apr 10, 2020 - 6:10pm

From a purely name perspective, LSE/Ox are best to get into consulting/finance, but I can see that their MSc courses aren't what you want; as an earlier comment said, you'd want something related to the industry. Therefore I'd say Warwick/ICL Econ/UCL management, as Warwick have a large postgrad focus especially in Economics/Business School, and ICL/UCL have the benefit of being in London. If I had to pick one I'd probably be leaning toward ICL Econ/Strategy for Business, the course sounds better + you're in London. Best of luck!

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Aug 1, 2020 - 7:22pm

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