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    Hi,

    I'm new here so I hope this is in the right place. I'm an international student from the US looking at going to either UCL or LSE. I want to go into policymaking, the US State Department or possibly international law. I like UCL's program more but I've heard that LSE has more prestige. But LSE's program is very EU-centric and as an American, I imagine that wouldn't be as helpful for job prospects back in the states.

    Anyone have advice?
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    Hey, I'm from the US as well and got into UCL and LSE and want to do policymaking/international law. I've chosen to take on UCL's IPP MSc after speaking with a former boss of mine who works with the OECD and UNODC. He basically said UCL's program was better for what I was looking for. However, at the end of the day they are both great schools and graduating from either will be beneficial, it will just depend on what you do with it that matters.
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    Thanks for the advice. I think I'm leaning towards UCL as well. I heard LSE doesn't guarantee housing but UCL I know does.
 
 
 
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