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I was going to do a one-year MSc at LSE called Social and Cultural Psychology but just saw a MSC at Queen Mary in London called Cultural Psychology and Psychiatry...the latter seems more on-target for me but is Queen Mary a respected institution in the U.K.? (I may be returning to the United States, but perhaps not, as of today [July 1, 2021] the U.K. automatically gives two-year visas for people completing a master's in the U.K., without a confirmed job offer).
(I had been thinking of Psychology, Culture and Evolution at Brunel but a British person told me I would be much better going to LSE).
I wanted to do a master's in the U.K. in psychology while volunteering part-time at a therapeutic community...however the communities don't sponsor charity worker visas and the two programs I'm most interested (Brunel and LSE, both have programs in cultural psychology) don't do the part-time sponsorship. Is there any way to make this work?
(I'd be working as a volunteer at the community and paying non-EU tuition so it seems strange that they make this so difficult, especially as the U.K. is supposedly experiencing a mental health crisis and fast-tracks licensed therapists [which I'm not] in terms of work visas).
Thanks in advance.
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