MA International Political Economy: Warwick, Manchester or King's

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Good evening guys,I have applied to these for a MA in International Political Economy (actually Manchester's MA is International Politics: IPE), which one is better? Do they fall pretty much behind LSE Msc IPE in terms of prestige and employability? I have also offers for Development Studies from Manchester and LSE.

Regarding this, Manchester is commonly highly ranked for DS, albeit LSE has a much stronger brand name in general.

So basically I am pretty confused, first between choosing DS or IPE and secondly between this four Universities.Any opinions are welcome. Thanks!
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The only programme in your list that I can confidently say comparable to LSE's is the one offered by Warwick, although I must admit the Manchester programme is close behind. It is also the most respected amongst your list by the top employers as Warwick has special ties with the leading employers in the UK.
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