HANNAHBENLOLO
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Why do you think MSc MOG was cancelled at the LSE when its former alumni has really good employment prospects and are generally successful (judging from statistics and linkedin profiles)? What could be the potential reasons for that?

http://www.lse.ac.uk/management/prog...ance/home.aspx

This seems to be the case with many programmes at LSE, Oxbridge, WBS and other institutions - why are programmes disappearing and new constantly appearing?

As you can see it says "
  • The MSc Management, Organisations and Governance programme will not be available for applications in 2016-17. "
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Only LSE can answer that, maybe ask them. Could be supply/demand, loss of staff/facilities, new opportunites/strategies etc.
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It was relatively new program and competed against more established LSE MSc in pure Management/Gov/Human Resources. Maybe the program was not profitable. You see often programs come and go.
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