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SOAS vs Warwick in politics? Pls advice.

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    Hi all. I have secured the offers in both Msc Asian Politics, SOAS and MA International Politics and East Asia, Warwick. It is about the time for me to make the decision. I admit that it is very difficult to choose. In terms of university ranking, Warwick is unbeatable. But for Asian politics, SOAS earns a good reputation in this field. Considering the future prospects in general, which course would you guys suggest me to go for?

    (I will probably continue my work in media field after the study. London vs countryside or living cost is not a main problem for me.:flower2:)

    Thank you very much!!
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