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    Hi everyone!

    So I have received offers from University of Warwick for Economics, Politics and International Studies and from Leiden University to study International Relations and Organisation. I'm leaning towards Warwick for its great economics department. However, I am a bit unsure about the politics departments. Of course its clear these two courses have different focuses, but I would be interested to hear what you guys have to say about them as instititons/courses. Warwick does cost quite a bit more (I am EU student) so I wonder whether it's worth the price tag.

    When comparing future emplyment and post-grad opportunities, which one of the two would be considered "more prestigious"?
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    I made a thread about British vs Dutch unis. Atm I'm torn between Nottingham and Amsterdam. Check it out
 
 
 
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