Hi all -
This is probably a long shot, but I’ve applied to the MSc Human Rights at LSE, the Human Rights MA at UCL, and the Social Justice and Global Health MSc at King’s - all one year master’s.
Wondering if anyone has any advice on choosing between them: among other things, I’ve read that UCL is better with research than King’s, and that the King’s campus’ are spread really far apart, which is a logistical pain, and that the King’s administration tends to make things difficult for students often.
In terms of UCL vs. LSE, I’ve read that LSE has a better reputation overall, and I prefer the focus of the program, but - I’ve also read that it’s really hard to have relationship with professors at LSE, whereas at UCL you have really close working relationships with professors, as well as more seminars vs. lectures.
Any thoughts or advice on any of this? Thank you thank you!!