KCL Public Policy MAWatch
Also saw this and not sure what to think of it https://www.admissionreport.com/king...-public-policy
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I applied for the Political Economy MA. I'm from the U.S. but I believe I currently have a high 2:1. I'm kind of confused what you mean about the admission rate? Is it too high? Too low?
So I'm not sure whether that says anything about the course itself or how easy/hard it is to get an offer. I averaged a mid 2:2 in 2nd year (appeal pending for one module which brought me down from a 2:1 potentially) but I know I can get a 2:1 overall, just not sure about the offer at this stage and so unsure whether to apply now or after I've received at least my January results
For Political Economy here's the stats btw, which also has a high offer rate https://www.admissionreport.com/king...itical-economy
I would call that moderately competitive to be in the 60% acceptance range. Also those two programs had quite a difference in applicants and acceptances. the Public Policy Program could simply be larger than the other program. Or they know that it is a more general program so students apply to lots of PP programs and have more options after they receive offers, which in turn makes PP programs less competitive if there are many to choose from. I wouldn't base the quality of the program off of that rate. From what I know (could definitely be wrong I'm not from the UK) King's seems to have strong politics faculty so I'm sure it is a good program with interesting modules.
From my experience in the U.S. with grad school applications, there is no point in applying unless you meet the requirements for the application. If you are in the middle of an appeals process either wait it out to see what happens or reach out to King's to see what they recommend or if they would consider your application with a 2:2