Msc Public Health vs Msc Health Policy Planning and financing at LSHTM and LSE

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muzia1402
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Hi guys.

I applied for both. Got into Msc Public health which I believe is the more competitive one.

I was wondering if someone on here could give me some insight. I intended to do it part time - get some experience in health econ - do some intern/studentships - go back and finish the second year etc.

They've made a change recently where by the compulsory modules have changed and as a result I can't do the first paper the way I'd like to do it.
I'm now considering moving onto my second choice - HPPF which is koint between LSE/LSHTM - its more economical and policy based - I want a mixture of both BUT also want the option of going to global health and developing a broader range of skills!


HELP!
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jmoreno4444
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Hello,Congrats on getting into both programs! I am currently an undergrad students in the states and was curious about qualifications to get into those programs. Any chance you can share your past experiences that you think helped you most in the app process? Thanks!
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