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    Hey guys. I've been checking out TheStudentRoom for quite some time now and finally realised that perhaps you could help me out as well. I have an offer from both LSE International Relations (38 IB points) and UCL European Social and Political Studies (39 IB points, with specialisation in International Relations). Is somebody familiar with both courses and could recommend which one would be a better choice? I do love the LSE's course and the reputation that it has in the field, however UCL does offer MUCH more flexibility, even allowing to change my specialisation to something like Philosophy or Economics (and I did have a hard time choosing a course to apply for, ranging from medicine and biochemistry to IR and economics). Thanks in advance! (and sorry if I made some mistakes; English isn't my first language).
    P.S. I also have an offer from Manchester for Politics and International Relations (35 points) and I am waiting for a reply from Edinburgh International Relations, however I am not really keen on going to either of them.
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