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Hi all, this is my first thread in TSR, I am struggling to make a decision of which school to attend. Just wonder if there's any other applicants that are interested in / students who are in the field of human rights and would like to know if you have any comments of the following programmes:

1) University of Essex - MA in Theory and Practice of Human Rights
2) King's College London - Global Ethics & Human Values MA
3) University of Birmingham - MSc Human Values and Human Rights
4) University of Glasgow - MSc Human Rights and International Politics
5) University of Sussex - Human Rights - MA

My first choice was UCL but unfortunately I got a rejection from its human rights programme. I only got a 2:2 for my undergrad so I expect it. I am interested in the programme from Birmingham as it offers an optional placement during the 1 year programme, yet, I saw some review online that Essex has the best human rights centre.

Any advice or experience sharing? thanks very much in advance =D

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