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What are the pros of LBS over USA counterparties?

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In what way LBS is better choice over USA BSchools?

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uHCWB LBS is, in many ways, very similar to INSEAD. It is almost 100% international and very focused on being a truly global program. For obvious reasons, they are a good choice for finance. The GMAT average is around 700, which makes it a bit more within reach than many other top finance schools in the US. However, that said, they really do prefer more experienced candidates who have about 5 years of work experience. If you don't, they will try to reroute you to their MiM program. Another unique aspect of the program is it's flexibility - you can customize your program to make it a one year, 1.5 year or 2 year program. If you do the 2 year program, there is time towards the end for an extra internship or time for in-depth study. Also, to be honest, it's a little less uptight and type A than some finance schools in the US. Very much a work hard, play hard attitude.
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