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I am currently an MSc student at LSE and not really enjoying the course. I really want to go into social research and learn more about how to conduct social research/methodology bc I need these skills and knowledge for the area I want to work in. UCL has a postgrad diploma and MRes in Social Research which I can do from Jan and then from Sept. So the question is; do I continue with a course that I don't enjoy too much to be able to put LSE on my CV? Or drop out and start again at UCL on two courses I do like the sound on and will get me where I need to go?
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