The school has an excellent reputation for finance and economics. If your looking to study seriously take those courses, they require a lot of work and study is quite independent and self directed. If your looking to have a good time then take some of the management or marketing courses.
Ask yourself what you want: If you take challenging courses in Finance considerable less time will be left for leisure; courses are demanding and challenging however, you learn a lot. If you rather experience the typical exchange program with an emphasis on social activities and aspects, avoid the Finance courses.
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