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khaalifar

Hi Everyone.....i want to ask you about these schools and which ones you think would be good for me. Here i go: I want to study Finance in undergraduate level,and i have these schools in mind. UCL and kings college; because i have families in London and i saw on QS that they have high ranking, University of Manchester also from QS. Copenhagen Business school and Norwegian Business school because they have high ranking in Finance also on QS. Boston University and the University of California system any one . I would like if you guy can tell me which one would be great for finance. Thanks

[Edited by khaalifar on Feb 12, 2016]

Hi Everyone.....i want to ask you about these schools and which ones you think would be good for me. Here i go: I want to study Finance in undergraduate level,and i have these schools in mind. UCL and kings college; because i have families in London and i saw on QS that they have high ranking, University of Manchester also from QS. Copenhagen Business school and Norwegian Business school because they have high ranking in Finance also on QS. Boston University and the University of California system any one . I would like if you guy can tell me which one would be great for finance. Thanks
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Duncan

Since QS ranks universities generally, it might be better to look for strong business schools rather than simply strong universities. I guess you mean BI Norwegian Business School and I am not sure which UC campus you are aiming for. KCL and UCL don't have BSc in finance degrees, so you'll do a lot of accounting and stats before you get to finance. Generally, you should see how much actual finance any of the programmes you are looking at will let you do: some have a lot, like Manchester's Accounting and Finance BSc, but not all.

Perhaps UK business schools that do have a BSc in finance should be on your list: Aston, Birmingham, Durham, Lancaster, LSE, and Reading come to mind. I woud also look at the BBA options at the top French schools for finance, such as ESCP, ESSEC and EDHEC.

Since QS ranks universities generally, it might be better to look for strong business schools rather than simply strong universities. I guess you mean BI Norwegian Business School and I am not sure which UC campus you are aiming for. KCL and UCL don't have BSc in finance degrees, so you'll do a lot of accounting and stats before you get to finance. Generally, you should see how much actual finance any of the programmes you are looking at will let you do: some have a lot, like Manchester's Accounting and Finance BSc, but not all.

Perhaps UK business schools that do have a BSc in finance should be on your list: Aston, Birmingham, Durham, Lancaster, LSE, and Reading come to mind. I woud also look at the BBA options at the top French schools for finance, such as ESCP, ESSEC and EDHEC.
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khaalifar

Thanks. The UC campuses am aiming for are UCLA and UC Berkeley. BI Norweigian and Copenhagen Business school do not gave strong finance program ? Thanks

Thanks. The UC campuses am aiming for are UCLA and UC Berkeley. BI Norweigian and Copenhagen Business school do not gave strong finance program ? Thanks
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Duncan

The BI BBA has just one year of finance, and the CBS BSc in IB doesn't seem to have more. I think you can work that out yourself by comparing the curricula. UCLA does not offer a major in finance, or even in business. At UCB business is just a two-year major. I don't see how you can get deeply into finance there. Again, you should know this already buy looking at the curriculum of each of the schools you mentioned.

The BI BBA has just one year of finance, and the CBS BSc in IB doesn't seem to have more. I think you can work that out yourself by comparing the curricula. UCLA does not offer a major in finance, or even in business. At UCB business is just a two-year major. I don't see how you can get deeply into finance there. Again, you should know this already buy looking at the curriculum of each of the schools you mentioned.
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khaalifar

Thanks again. so what universities would you recommend for Finance ? Do you think University of Manchester has a great course ? Thanks

Thanks again. so what universities would you recommend for Finance ? Do you think University of Manchester has a great course ? Thanks
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Duncan

I think there are many courses that could fit your needs. You can see for yourself which have more or less finance. Why you need finance and what your goals are should be the factors to identify the best ones.

I think there are many courses that could fit your needs. You can see for yourself which have more or less finance. Why you need finance and what your goals are should be the factors to identify the best ones.
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khaalifar

Thanks. Lastly what do you think about the Finance program at LSE ?

Thanks. Lastly what do you think about the Finance program at LSE ?
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Duncan

It's a new programme that has not started yet. I have no opinion about it.

It's a new programme that has not started yet. I have no opinion about it.
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