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    I got accepted LSE for Executive MSc International Strategy and Diplomacy and MA Intelligence and International Security. I heard a lot LSE in USA and It has great reputation but I don't know much about King's College. I can't seem to decided which University to go but I am more think about LSE because it's reputation and ranking.

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    Hi,

    I have the aame issue between the executive MSc in international strategy and diplomacy at the LSE and the master in international security at Sciences Po Paris.

    Which one did you choose and what would be your advice?

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    (Original post by Africanasir)
    I got accepted LSE for Executive MSc International Strategy and Diplomacy and MA Intelligence and International Security. I heard a lot LSE in USA and It has great reputation but I don't know much about King's College. I can't seem to decided which University to go but I am more think about LSE because it's reputation and ranking.

    Thank You.
    (Original post by Belmisof)
    Hi,

    I have the aame issue between the executive MSc in international strategy and diplomacy at the LSE and the master in international security at Sciences Po Paris.

    Which one did you choose and what would be your advice?

    Thanks
    More than £28,000 in fees alone. Blimey, that's one expensive Master's degree!
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    (Original post by PostGrad221)
    More than £28,000 in fees alone. Blimey, that's one expensive Master's degree!
    It's a master's degree for people who have at least 8 years of professional experience. In my case I have worked in finance and Inam looking to change my career path toward foreign affairs. The LSE may have a more prestigious name but I am really looking for a programme which could facilitate the transition which might be more the case at Sciences Po thanks to the specialisation while the LSE's one is more generalist.
 
 
 
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