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I am having some trouble deciding between two schools, and what they have to offer. After doing a lot of research on the internet and coming across a huge variation in opinion, I thought it might be best to ask for some more opinions. Between LSE's MSc in International Relations, and UCSD's Master's of Pacific International Affairs program, it is difficult to discern which is "better," and which one I should attend. By better, I have a specific idea in mind. After I finish my Master's, I would like to continue on to a PhD, with the eventual goal of teaching at a university. It isn't clear if either university has a competitive advantage for getting into a PhD program. Another item to consider is that LSE would be relatively expensive for a U.S. student due to the exchange rates, while UCSD, even if not awarded any funds (decision will be made mid-march), working is always an option. Any thoughts or ideas would be much appreciated.

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