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Hello, I have received offers at these unis-LSE -African development, Oxford- Economics for development, Columbia - Global thought and the graduate institute- development studies .I am unsure which is the right path, I am more interested in the economics aspect focusing on developing countries as opposed to the political side of development. Has any one got any ideas on the structure of these degrees, experiences.....
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I have nothing on experiences - still haven't done undergrad, but you gotta think where you wanna work afterwords, Oxford and LSE will be better regarded in UK and Columbia better regarded in US, but don't get me wrong they are smashing universities and I'm sure they will have global recognition.
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