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    I've been researching a few UK schools for public-health related grad degrees. I was wondering about which degrees were more geared towards recent undergraduates, and which ones are for mid-career professionals with a lot of work experience.

    From the student profiles, it seems like I shouldn't apply for the MSc degree at LSHTM/LSE until I have a few years experience under my belt... can anybody else verify or give any additional advice?

    It seems like most good jobs out there require that you have a Masters, while most good Masters programs require that you have a good job... catch-22?

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