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Hi there! I got an offer in Birkbeck for global politics and international relations and one in Middlesex for international politics. Which one is better? Also what about the student life in Birkbeck (I am undergraduate, full time and 19 years old)?
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Studying at Middlesex, I found the international politics department absolutely terrible last year. The module was very disorganised. They actually got one of the students to arrange a formal assessment! The staff actually couldn't get it together! We had 3 different teachers in a year because they couldn't seem to hold onto teaching staff.
I do think the facilities are good. If you can get past the complete chaos in the way it is organised (which is difficult and I found it had an impact on my learning), the level of expertise of staff is good.
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Birbeck offers evening classes so if you're planning to work , it's a good choice!
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