Intercalated degree: LSE Msc Global Health Policy advice & experience HELP!!

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Hi,

I am a medical student and I plan to intercalate at LSE Msc Global Health Policy. I am stuck between LSE and Kings Msc Global Health (Global Surgery Pathway). I am linking the two course pages.
LSE - https://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/G...-Health-Policy.
King’s: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/postgrad...bal-health-msc

I would like any advice on the following:

1. How is the experience at LSE?
2. If anyone has Global health policy experience could you please share your time there? Especially how is the work load?
3. For anyone who is a medic and intercalated here how are the future prospects and value of this degree? (I would like to go down the route of surgery in the future)

I would appreciate any answers that may help me decide between LSE and King’s.
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