Hello! I'm applying for postgraduate programs in Social Anthropology both at LSE (Religion in the Contemporary World) and UCL. I'm interested in pursuing an academic career in religious studies and as such I'm leaning slightly towards LSE as the program seems more tailored to my interests, although I also find the specialist tracks offered by UCL very much appealing as well. I was wondering if anyone could comment on either program in terms of its overall reputation, student life, quality of teaching, employment opportunities, etc. Thanks so much!
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