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Carr Saunders Halls, LSE
London School of Economics
London

LSE or UCL

Looking for some general advice. Ive got offers from both for international relations but idk which to firm. idk if LSE would be too much of a high pressure environment for me but if i firm UCL i may regret it for the rest of my life. I do really like UCL though too. so unsure which to firm. id ideally like a uni with a good academic/social balance
Both unis are good choices and you wouldn’t be disadvantaging yourself by going to either. One thing to consider is what modules do each offer, which do you prefer? Honestly people put too much weighting on uni rankings like its the be all and end all but at the end of the day you need to go where’s best for you, even if your at a better ranked uni, if your miserable and not enjoying it your performance will suffer. Another thing to consider is what can you do on top of your degree, this is what employers really value so have a look at what extracurriculars each uni offers.
Carr Saunders Halls, LSE
London School of Economics
London
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Looking for some general advice. Ive got offers from both for international relations but idk which to firm. idk if LSE would be too much of a high pressure environment for me but if i firm UCL i may regret it for the rest of my life. I do really like UCL though too. so unsure which to firm. id ideally like a uni with a good academic/social balance


Hi! did you say you received an offer for international relations from LSE? how long ago was thi

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