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Help to choose my masters in economics !

User: nlemasson - 03 May 2017 15:19


I'm French and will graduate in July from the University of Birmingham where I did a Bachelor of Mathematical Economics and Statistics. I want to pursue my studies and I received several offers but I can't make up my mind... Which is why I'm here looking for your help/advice !
I received offers from LSE and UCL in the UK and from PSE (Paris School of Economics) and Polytechnique in France all for a Master of Economics. Both masters in the UK last one year and both masters in France last two years. I don't mind studying two more years so the duration is of no concern.
I would like to work in international institutions such as the OECD or European institutions in development or in the energy sector. I wonder which would be the best option for me ? Studying back in France since I will already have a UK degree ? Going to LSE because of their reputation ?

Thank you for your help !


User: beancounter - 04 May 2017 10:00

Much more nuanced discussions about the efficacy of different business schools on the find-mba discussion fora,. Ask over there, despite it not being about an MBA. Apologies if I have broken any rules by referring to another site.

User: Kahn - 05 May 2017 20:59


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