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London School of Economics and Political Science ( it's topped Oxford in one of this year's UK league table)
how highly regarded is it amongst US colleges? ( I want to do a masters in the states and I am wondering if a undergraduate law degree might be a lot more advantageous than a geography degree from LSE, providing I don't have a subject choice for masters in mind yet. )
IS GPA ( equivalent of UK class honour) more important when it comes to getting in top grad schools or the subject title matters more--- e.g. law more favourable because it is a 'harder' subject? (considering I am applying for business or English or Journalsim)
If I want to work in the states ( I am from abroad), what is the employability for a LSE (law / geography) graduate like?
sorry for throwing in questions here and there.
any advice would be appreciated.