I received an offer of admission for masters in education, gender and international development. As much as i like how i'll get a degree from ucl and getting to do a course from a top ranked institution in the world, i have my apprehensions. Because, i come from a management background, i'm afraid if i have made the right choice. Are there any students out there who have also chabged their stream like me and going to start their studies in 2016? Second, how is it studying at IOE. Because as i see it, i wont be studying at UCL really, i would be at IOE. How is IOE with regards to student mix and campus facilities, i'm actually a little daunted by the fact that i'd be surrounded by more teachers rather than people like me. It makes me feel like an outsider. Is it really so? Third, my question is to those who have done this degree or in a related field, how well has it translated into your career options and ambitions. I would really appreciate good advice. Thanks.
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