Psychology in Education conversion

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Hello everyone,
I am looking at applying for a psychology conversion MSc. Could anyone tell me whether a course in Psychology in Education would limit me should I wish to apply for clinical psychology afterwards? Or is the GBC accreditation plus experience what counts, regardless of whether the course is in educational psychology or more general?
I think the educational psychology slant sounds fascinating from an academic point of view, but don't want to limit my options!
Many thanks.
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What kind of clinical psychology program are you interested in? If you wish to pursue a degree that's more practice-focused, educational psychology wouldn't help much. For the D.Clin.Psych., research and practice are both important. How does educational psychology relate to why you want to pursue postgraduate study in clinical psychology?
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