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NYU vs. St. Andrews vs. Warwick for Economics/Management

wowtherewowthere Registered User Posts: 111 Junior Member
I just received my acceptance into the CAS at NYU, and was also offered a place at both at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland for Management and at The University of Warwick (International Management with a year abroad). I aplied to NYU as an Economics major as my profile wasn't competitive enough to get into Stern (I thought), but now I am unsure whether their program will be tailored to my professional aspirations. I would like to pursue an MBA in order to work in marketing or the fashion industry. As I will however not be able to attend NYU without financial aid, I am still waiting on NYU to announce my package. I am uncertain as to where (US or EU) I would like to work in the future, but I am seriously considering a Master's degree in Europe. I am therefore torn between NYU for Economics, St. Andrews for Management and Warwick for International Management.

Which university would you consider the best, in terms of academic quality, international reputation, post-graduation salary and employment opportunities, study abroad program, local atmosphere, social scene, etc.?

P.S.: I am an international applicant from France.

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