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    Hi all!

    I have got conditional offers from:
    KCL MA European Studies (with a final average of at least 80%);
    UCL MA Modern European Studies (at least 90%).

    Both of them are in central London, so the location and social life will just be amazing. Also their tuition fees are exactly the same! And living costs should also make no differences. The intake is approximately 35 at KCL and 28 at UCL, which seems quite reasonable.

    Then what really counts is my interests!!! I will focus on EU foreign and security policy. Afer the MA, I want to move on to a PhD in this field and finally get into research work in thinktanks, for my country (BTW I'm international) or international organisations. So the researching and academic things are very very important for me to make a decision.

    You may find the course structure of KCL at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus/grad...header_search/ and that of UCL at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...t/TMAEURSMES01. The options at UCL seem to be some kind of confusing to me, though:confused:. I am not sure what courses will be available.

    Which college do you think is better to pick up, especially regarding my area of interests? Or for those who were previously/are now on one of these programmes, how was/is your experience?

    Any suggestion/advice/information will be appreciated!!! THX
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    Hi guys,


    I have a question I applied for this program at King's on 14th of April, how long approximately I will have to wait before I get an answer? I hope I have the same success as you and get in Thank you very much in advance for your answer.
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    (Original post by izabella)
    Hi guys,


    I have a question I applied for this program at King's on 14th of April, how long approximately I will have to wait before I get an answer? I hope I have the same success as you and get in Thank you very much in advance for your answer.
    My second reference letter was submitted on the 5th Dec and I got my offer on the 16th. Just 11 days, absolutely a surprise! It also depends on which Pathway did you choose to take. I applied for the General and was not required to do interview
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    (Original post by ZYY)
    My second reference letter was submitted on the 5th Dec and I got my offer on the 16th. Just 11 days, absolutely a surprise! It also depends on which Pathway did you choose to take. I applied for the General and was not required to do interview
    Thank you very much for the fast reply I also have chosen the general path, fingers crossed for me, and we might be seeing each other this fall.
    The only thing that bothers me is that I applied too late, but hopefully they still have some places to fill up, at least it still says "open" ))
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    (Original post by izabella)
    Thank you very much for the fast reply I also have chosen the general path, fingers crossed for me, and we might be seeing each other this fall.
    The only thing that bothers me is that I applied too late, but hopefully they still have some places to fill up, at least it still says "open" ))
    Good luck and wish to see you in Sept
 
 
 
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