Basically i am holding offers to study the aforementioned courses, but I need a lot of help in deciding which course to opt for. In order to help let me outline a few of the advantages and disadvantages of both courses.
Pros: MSc International Strategy & Economics
It is an MSc ... these seems like the preferred qualification in the business world? I am guessing
It is at one of the leading universities in the UK, arguably the number 1 in Scotland.
Very traditional in nature, 3rd oldest university of the english speaking world.
As its in Scotland it has a lower cost of living.
Renowned Economics department.
St Andrews International standing is relatively much lower.
Scotland is extremely far from the city and therefore the jobs.
Pros: Comparative Business Economics
At UCL a global top 10 university
In London, close proximity to the city of London
London is London!
Degree is an MA, is this inferior to an MSc?
Course is taught by the School Of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies, with some related content, will this seem irrelevant to employers?
p.s. Both courses are relatively modestly priced for their areas!
Thanks in advance for the advice
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