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    I know there are several posts on LSE vs. UCL but I can't seem to find one related to psychology.

    I have a BA psychology from McGill University and I've received offers from both LSE and UCL
    the program in LSE is MSc Organizational and Social Psychology
    and the program in UCL is MSc Industrial/Organizational and Business Psychology

    I'm not sure what to base my decision on, I know that UCL is ranked better in general, but I'm not sure whether it is stronger with regards to psychology. I also have never been to the UK, and I don't have info about the universities in terms of location, student life, etc.

    Any help would be appreciated!!
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    UCL's psych department is great and I believe largest in Europe.
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    Hi, I have gotten offers for exactly the same courses and I am finding it difficult to choose. Do you have any tips now that you have made your decision?
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    (Original post by GAF94)
    I know there are several posts on LSE vs. UCL but I can't seem to find one related to psychology.

    I have a BA psychology from McGill University and I've received offers from both LSE and UCL
    the program in LSE is MSc Organizational and Social Psychology
    and the program in UCL is MSc Industrial/Organizational and Business Psychology

    I'm not sure what to base my decision on, I know that UCL is ranked better in general, but I'm not sure whether it is stronger with regards to psychology. I also have never been to the UK, and I don't have info about the universities in terms of location, student life, etc.

    Any help would be appreciated!!
    UCL is better than LSE in terms of faculty and course structure. But remember one thing that courses at both the universities aren't accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS)?
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    Hi I'be applied for the same courses as you for 2018/19. Can I know what your requirement was? And what your profile was? I have a 2:1 in psychology Bsc from the university of Warwick but it's just 64% and I'm not sure if that's going to be enough. Freaking out a little.Thanks xx
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    (Original post by DTC9)
    Hi I'be applied for the same courses as you for 2018/19. Can I know what your requirement was? And what your profile was? I have a 2:1 in psychology Bsc from the university of Warwick but it's just 64% and I'm not sure if that's going to be enough. Freaking out a little.Thanks xx
    same! ive applied for these, have you heard back from them?
 
 
 
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