I was recently accepted into the Masters Globalization and Development program at Warwick. I'll admit up front that I did not do enough research, and foolishly applied to this program which I now have little interest in. I find that this Globalization and DEVELOPMENT program has too much focus on third world development (haha smooth on my part, huh?). Anyway, I would much rather be in the International Relations program, or even IPE.
So this may be a stupid question, but . . . do you think it's possible to switch into a different program without having to go through the whole application process again? I would imagine IR might be more competitive than G&D, but I did make a Politics department program after all.
And just out of curiosity, do any of you know if the Warwick G&D program is well-respected, overshadowed by IR, etc.?
Please let me know what you think -- thanks!
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- Thread Starter
- 04-02-2010 00:00
- 04-02-2010 00:04
E-mail/Ring-up and ask. If you're not allowed, submit another application (I don't think it costs any extra, though I could be wrong).
- 04-02-2010 01:20
Doesn't Globalization and Development allow you to choose some IPE and IR courses? I don't know the department but usually they provide a similar mixture of modules for all programmes.