MSc Dev. Finance or MA in Globalisation,Business & Dev. Which course should I go for?

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ranjita.n
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Hello,

I am a finance professional with more than 7 years of experience in financial and business research, with strong background in financial analysis (I am a CFA L2 and MBA Finance). I want to make a career shift and want to work in development sector, particularly in projects conducted by World bank, WHO etc. Mostly the fund raising and management part.
I have got the following offers. Let help me decide on the course and university I should go for.
1. MA in Globalisation, Business, and Development (Institute of Development Studies, Sussex)
2. MSc in Development Finance (University of Reading)
3. Masters in Development Practice - Sciences PO
4. MSc Development Management (Public Economic Management and Finance) - University of Birmingham

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Hey!

What did you choose in the end? Was it Globalisation, Business and Development at Sussex? If so, I'd be grateful if you could tell me how you like it
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