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    Hello everyone. I am a graduate applicant that has applied for European Studies for both universities. At the moment I have an offer from UCL and am still waiting from LSE. Judging from the academic staff and scale of both programmes, LSE seems to have an upper hand? Is anyone familiar with both universities in terms of European studies? Thanks!
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    By European Studies, do you mean comparative politics of european states, or EU studies? I thought LSE only did European Studies at the postgrad level.
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    (Original post by WaltzvWendt)
    By European Studies, do you mean comparative politics of european states, or EU studies? I thought LSE only did European Studies at the postgrad level.
    Yes I have applied for postgraduate study. As for European studies, I plan on focusing on EU politics and foreign relations.
 
 
 
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