Msc Public Health vs Msc Health Policy Planning and financing at LSHTM and LSEWatch
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!
Need more help on going postgrad?