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    I've got an offer for the MSc in Economic History at LSE which I'm obviously beyond ecstatic about.

    I've also been awarded a scholarship so that I will only have to pay around £5/6k in fees as opposed to £13k.

    Is it worth it for me to do the Master's despite the cost? I mean it does seem so considering even London Met charges around 9 grand for a similar courses.
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    (Original post by TurnipFarmer)
    I've got an offer for the MSc in Economic History at LSE which I'm obviously beyond ecstatic about.

    I've also been awarded a scholarship so that I will have to pay around £5/6k in fees as opposed to £13k.

    Is it worth it for me to do the Master's despite the cost?
    Well, if you're considering cost, you must consider it against your future career and earnings. What are you thinking of doing in the future after your Master's?
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    Well, if you're considering cost, you must consider it against your future career and earnings. What are you thinking of doing in the future after your Master's?
    For all intents and purposes my earnings will be at graduate level. (27k+)
 
 
 
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