MSc Environment & Development: SOAS or King's?Watch
So I'm starting my masters in September and am really torn between King's and SOAS. I originally wanted to go to SOAS, but according to rankings etc it seems that some people may find it harder to get a job post-graduation than from King's... It's also a much smaller uni and I've read some bad stuff about the facilities and management.
King's is bigger and more established, but I'm not sure if it's as good for Development studies?
Are there anyone out there who's doing an MSc in Environment & Development or have done so in the past at either King's or SOAS? Why did you choose what you did? Or any similar degrees, for that matter.
Any others that have any recommendations on which of these to choose for Environment and Development?
Answers are much appreciated!
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