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Warwick or SOAS for Political Economy?

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    Hi everyone,

    I have received an offer to study MSc Political Economy of Development at SOAS and also MA International Political Economy at Warwick, but I am still unsure which one to choose.

    I have read through the course contents (many times), and realized that both programs provide the courses I am interested in (International Finance, topics relating to Asia-Pacific region, etc.).

    Hope to get more information about these two institutions/programs.

    I would also like to know more about the career paths of these two programs. Would they be basically the same or very different?

    Any suggestions/advice would be very welcome, particularly from people who have studied at these institutions/programs.

    Many Thanks!
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