As I would wish to do a masters programme in economics in Great Britain, I learned that I need to do a graduate diploma first. On this note, I am wondering which universities allow prospective students to register for an MSc with a two-year programme of study, where they would take the Diploma units in the first year, and progress to the MSc proper in the second year subject to a satifactory performance. I am asking this because I can only get sponsorship if I am registered for an MSc.
As far as my academic profile is concerned, I finished my undergraduate studies in political science at the University of Ljubljana (average grade: 8.82 out of 10, received the faculty award for best diploma thesis), where I am also doing my masters in political theory (current average grade: 10 out of 10). I obviously did not do much quantitative courses (just basic stats and a course on foundations of economics), so I am not eligible for postgraduate courses in economics at one of the top universities (I know that LSE, for instance, offers a two-year programme).
Along with my studies, I am currently also a project coordinator at a research institute in the field of social and political studies.
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