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I'm studying at the University of Glasgow if that helps, in the Politics department.
I suppose I'm worried that when looking for post-docs etc, they might think I'm too set in my ways after being at the same uni for all 3 of my degrees. But based on what Keenbean has said, I'm feeling a bit more reassured.
It's the best uni that I live near to and as I've already mentioned, the staff in the department are excellent as well.
I'm currently a Master's student and my aim eventually would be to try to get funding for a PhD once my Master's is complete. However, due to personal circumstances I am not in the position to attend a university very far from where I live. I really enjoy attending the university I go to and the academic staff in my department are great (there is also one who shares my research interests), but I do worry what impression it would make if all 3 of my degrees are from the same university? I would like to become a lecturer eventually so I guess this would be really important to prospective employers.
Any thoughts would be welcome. And have any of you been in a similar position?
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