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MSc Public Policy & Management @King's VS. Double Degree MPP @Sciences Po/Hertie watch

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    King's College: MSc Public Policy and Management
    Sciences Po/Hertie: MPP (Public Policy) Double Degree

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    Dear Community,

    I have to decide between two offers I received:

    King's College London (School of Management):
    MSc Public Policy and Management (1 year)

    Sciences Po (Paris) and Hertie School of Management (Berlin):
    MPP, Master in Public Policy Double Degree (1st y. Paris, 2nd y. Berlin)

    I struggle to decide where to go now. Do you have any advice for me how to decide? After my Master's degree I would like to work for an international consulting company or an international organisation (such as UNO, IMF, WB, EU, etc.).

    Thank you!!
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