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taesarin posted a topic in Decisions, DecisionsI have already got accepted by Imperial and been invited for an interview by LBS. 1.Imperial Msc Business Analytics - ranked 2nd in 2019 business analytics and has been here for quite some time now https://www.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/programmes/msc-business-analytics/ 2. LBS Master in Analytics and Management - first batch in 2019 with the LBS name https://www.london.edu/programmes/masters-courses/masters-in-analytics-and-management Imperial has been around for quite some time now, while LBS has just started this year. The course at LBS sounds interesting to me with the analytics and management cores together. I'm aiming to land myself in either tech or consulting. Which one would you choose?
Hey. I've sent two applications off, one to kings and one to imperial. I really wanna study in London and these unis are some of the best in the world for what I wanna do. So you can imagine I am so anxious about it. I'm really worried by application won't be strong enough to get in. I also saw one grammar error in my imperial PS and I think its the end of the world. Is there a reason to be this stressed or am I over thinking it? I keep thinking because they are the best unis they expect the best, and a single grammar error is enough evidence to show that the candidate is not good enough. Kind of stressing like crazy. Do any postgrads have any advice for me? Have you been in a similar boat as I am now? Thanks, sorry - I just kinda wanted to rant and talk to some haha.
Jacob29 posted a topic in Decisions, DecisionsI am an international student with scholarship that will cover the cost of attendance in any of the chosen school. Please, I will kindly need advice on which to go with.
Hello everyone! I have been accepted by the Mres in Medical Robotics and Image-Guided Recognition in Imperial College London and Robotics, Systems and Control in ETH and I am having a pretty difficult time deciding between both of them. Any pros or cons about the programmes or the universities in general?