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LSE MSc Management or Management and Strategy?

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Hey guys, doing a bit of research on various programs (although LBS is my #1!). Does anybody know what the real difference between the MSc Management and the MSc Management and Strategy, other than the fact that MSc Management is 2 years instead of one?

Which one is more competitive/offers better employment prospects?

I also found this on the Management and Strategy website:
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The programme is aimed at students with some quantitative background. This includes students with a first degree in engineering, science, or a social science, who have had some quantitative training (in elementary calculus and basic statistics).

As a Law student, would I be eligible for the programme? I did some calculus and some stats in highschool.

Thanks!

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