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    I have been accepted by the University of Edinburgh (Masters in Global Crime, Security and Justice), Kings College London (Masters in Intelligence and Security Studies) and University of Exeter (Masters in Applied Security Strategy) and i'm having trouble deciding where to go! I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions or advice on this based on university ranking, city life, cost, courses offered etc

    My first choice in basically every category is the Masters in Edinburgh because it looks like a beautiful city and cheaper than England, but Kings College London offers some really interesting courses in the field of intelligence. While Exeter is at the bottom of the list in almost all categories, the Applied Masters in Security Studies looks amazing and includes really practical things like field trips abroad and practice based learning, so i'm really stuck!

    My interests are in security, intelligence and global crime and conflict with a possible future career in the UN or diplomacy - which university and/or course do you think will increase my rate of employ ability/will look better upon graduation?

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