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I have a place in City for Law and in Queen Mary for International Relations. I'm not sure of my plans for employment. Which course would be more recognised or be more prestigious?
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I have a place in City for Law and in Queen Mary for International Relations. I'm not sure of my plans for employment. Which course would be more recognised or be more prestigious?
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Hi Joseph, university rankings change all the time, although for 2017, QMUL has placed one higher than City: http://www.independent.co.uk/student...-a7002131.html
To be honest, I think you should look at the courses, and see which ones you think you would like to study most. Also check out where the universities are, and what sort of student experience you are looking for. We are a campus based university, so some people prefer that?
If you're unsure about what you want to do after, take a look at the page for the IR course, http://www.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/...ses/80031.html and click the 'graduate employment' tab, it gives a list of jobs some graduates have gone into! Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions -Sarah
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