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Please give advice which course to choose? (UCL, Queen Mary)

I got an offer for the following courses: MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (UCL), MSc Infection and Immunity (UCL) and MSc Biomedical Sciences (Medical Microbiology) (Queen Mary University). I would like to work in infectious disease prevention or other areas of public health (not quite sure yet). I would love to hear about anyone's experiences about these courses, or any insight which one is the most useful, or unique. Thank you for your answers in advance!
Original post by anno9898
I got an offer for the following courses: MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (UCL), MSc Infection and Immunity (UCL) and MSc Biomedical Sciences (Medical Microbiology) (Queen Mary University). I would like to work in infectious disease prevention or other areas of public health (not quite sure yet). I would love to hear about anyone's experiences about these courses, or any insight which one is the most useful, or unique. Thank you for your answers in advance!

I haven't done the course but I would research online. Look up the course/module leaders and the experience of your lecturers. See if they have recent citations and their research areas. Aside from that, UCL is a more recognised University.
Original post by anno9898
I got an offer for the following courses: MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (UCL), MSc Infection and Immunity (UCL) and MSc Biomedical Sciences (Medical Microbiology) (Queen Mary University). I would like to work in infectious disease prevention or other areas of public health (not quite sure yet). I would love to hear about anyone's experiences about these courses, or any insight which one is the most useful, or unique. Thank you for your answers in advance!

Hi can I ask what did you end up going with and your experience?

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