LSE or Warwick??


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LSE is a great name to have on the CV but for Law, KCL/UCL are just as good if not better in some specialization, one of them being the banking and finance .
LSE is a great name to have on the CV but for Law, KCL/UCL are just as good if not better in some specialization, one of them being the banking and finance .
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I have an offer from QMUL (commercial law) and Warwick (Int. Corp Gover and FR). I am confused which one to take up.

Warwick has a good name and reputation, where as studying at QMUL (central London) is an advantage in terms of gaining contacts.

I want to choose a college and the course that enhances my job prospects. I already have work ex of 2.6 years (in a litigation office and a company). Need your help in understanding which college is better.
I have an offer from QMUL (commercial law) and Warwick (Int. Corp Gover and FR). I am confused which one to take up.

Warwick has a good name and reputation, where as studying at QMUL (central London) is an advantage in terms of gaining contacts.

I want to choose a college and the course that enhances my job prospects. I already have work ex of 2.6 years (in a litigation office and a company). Need your help in understanding which college is better.
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P_Martini
It's important not to overblow LSE's reputation, while it's highly regarded internationally for economics and international relations, it does not have the same international name for law - really only Oxbridge is widely known for law outside the UK.


While I couldn't argue in favor of over-blowing any program's reputation, the idea that only Oxbridge is widely known for law outside the U.K. is categorically untrue, and I think you would be have a difficult time finding anyone in the U.S. who has any idea how good UCL and KCL really are, if they've ever heard of them to begin with.
<blockquote>It's important not to overblow LSE's reputation, while it's highly regarded internationally for economics and international relations, it does not have the same international name for law - really only Oxbridge is widely known for law outside the UK.</blockquote>

While I couldn't argue in favor of over-blowing any program's reputation, the idea that only Oxbridge is widely known for law outside the U.K. is categorically untrue, and I think you would be have a difficult time finding anyone in the U.S. who has any idea how good UCL and KCL really are, if they've ever heard of them to begin with.
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