LSE Vs CBS


Eno27

Hi everybody
Could anyone tell me which law/business school is better to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Law, in terms of International reputation?

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), England.
or
Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark.

According to the 2010 Financial Times' Ranking:
CBS (23 th position) and LSE (26th position), but I am not sure about it.
Any intereresting opinion? THANK YOU.

Hi everybody
Could anyone tell me which law/business school is better to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Law, in terms of International reputation?

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), England.
or
Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark.

According to the 2010 Financial Times' Ranking:
CBS (23 th position) and LSE (26th position), but I am not sure about it.
Any intereresting opinion? THANK YOU.
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Angie

Hi there, I was also really interested in applying to Copenhagen Business School, as I've heard really good things about the program, more than LSE actually. However, the language barrier could be a problem in Copenhagen once you try to enter the workforce. Where are you from? Is English your first language?

Hi there, I was also really interested in applying to Copenhagen Business School, as I've heard really good things about the program, more than LSE actually. However, the language barrier could be a problem in Copenhagen once you try to enter the workforce. Where are you from? Is English your first language?
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Eno27

I am from Spain, so English is not my mother tongue at all.
Well, Denmark is supposed to be a bilingual country, as Danish people speak English perfectly, so I think that there is no problem with that.

The point is that I am not sure if CBS is very well considered internationally, 'cause LSE has a great name around the world.
However, there are some rankings as the Financial Times one, which ranked CBS slightly better than LSE, surprisingly.

I am from Spain, so English is not my mother tongue at all.
Well, Denmark is supposed to be a bilingual country, as Danish people speak English perfectly, so I think that there is no problem with that.

The point is that I am not sure if CBS is very well considered internationally, 'cause LSE has a great name around the world.
However, there are some rankings as the Financial Times one, which ranked CBS slightly better than LSE, surprisingly.
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Duncan

I suggest you find a website about law rather than one about MBAs. I don't think the LSE teaches a post-graduate diploma in law, anyway: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/programmes/programmes-firstpage.htm

I suggest you find a website about law rather than one about MBAs. I don't think the LSE teaches a post-graduate diploma in law, anyway: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/programmes/programmes-firstpage.htm
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