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    Can you Brits be kind enough to tell an american which school is better for a master's degree in international relations? I have an offer from both but I don't know what one to accept. I guess Kings has a better overall reputation, is that correct? Thanks.
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    King's does have the overall better rep.

    The IR MA is also taught w/in the War Studies department, which is highly esteemed everywhere. But it does also depend on your preference of what you would like to study: the king's IR has a slightly greater focus on int'l security. I can't say what the QM degree includes, but I'm sure that info is available on their website also.

    You can also look at the course modules from both degrees & find which university has the ones you most want to take.
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    As a QMUL grad even I'll say Kings by far.
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    As a QMUL grad even I'll say Kings by far.
    :mad: I expected better from you.
 
 
 
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