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I misread your post, so let me change the response:
This is a good degree!
I am currently in my BSc in International Business, a prestigious undergraduate business degree at the Rotterdam School of Management
This is a great move.
I am however, not satisfied with my program, too professional and not very academic, so I've taken courses in Math and Economics on the side.
My current average is 9/10 (with 8.5 being considered a 4.0 GPA according to the Dutch system).
Still, I am looking for something else, and was thinking of applying as a freshman at either a good economics school in the UK (UCL, LSE, Warwick, Oxbridge) or a good university in the US (Harvard, Columbia etc) as a freshman.
At this point it becomes about your end-goals?
You mentioned academic; are you interested in doing Ph.D. in economics/accounting/finance/marketing etc? or are you more interested in being an accountant/finance guy?