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I have already read up on all the relevant posts ever posted here on this forum but I think I still could do with some more of your opinions about which school I should go for. First of all, I have already got my offer for doing master's degree from five UK universities: UCL (MA), KCL (MA), St Andrews (MLitt), Warwick (MA), Durham (MA). I plan to move on to doctoral degree--at least for the moment!--and hopefully I could do so either at Oxford or Cambridge, or any top tier universities in the States. My main interest is in Philosophy of Language and I'm also deeply interested in problems
Is is really that much important the reputation of the university? I have been accepted to the MALS Dartmouth, Queen's MA in Political Legal Philosophy, St. Andrews MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies and Sherbrooke University for the Master of Laws (LLM). So far, the advices I have received are really to go with the prestigious school - Dartmouth, Queen's St. Andrews and to not keep Sherbrooke University. However, I do believe there is a value in their degree -- LLM. It is normally quite impossible to enter in that degree without a prior law degree so I have to say that despite
I'm hoping for information on UK vs US programs. I've been very lucky with my acceptances for a Master's in Statistics. My options are: Duke Johns Hopkins Brown (Biostat) St Andrews Boston University Tulane They are all two year programs except St Andrews which is one year. I can't ignore the pros of a 1-year program: only 1 year of tuition and starting working a year sooner. My problem is that I don't know how U.S. employers (consulting, finance, data analytics are my interests) view a master's from St Andrews. The school seems fairly highly regarded in