I was just wondering how competitive admissions are for the MSc Comparative Politics Asia stream?
I have my application just about done but I am suddenly really unsure about chance of admission and I was just looking for some idea as to how many people actually apply for it and such.
Also, how open are they, really, to non-traditional undergraduate degrees? I have a fairly decent undergraduate degree but it is journalism, which, at my school, was really more of a professional degree so I am worried that LSE will not consider my academic backgorund to have enough of the "academic" part in it.
Does anyone have any light they could shed on this?
Can you relate?