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    Has anyone done it here? Do you guys think it is fairly easy to get an offer deferred?
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    I think that you can get one according to the program. You should email them
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    Yes. There is an online form. It was a fairly straight forward process.
    http://www2.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate...erralForm.aspx

    Whoever would be directly involved with you would be the one approving it (admissions tutor for MScs, Supervisors for PhDs). Technically each offer they defer, means one less space that is available for the year after. They don't have too much of an incentive to deny it with regards to space availability for this academic year. But of course as with most things, if the program is very competitive they may deny a deferral for other reasons e.g. BS excuse. I suppose it'd be a cost-benefit analysis of your potential as an applicant if they'd keep you on with a deferral or just let you go.
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    My deferral for the MSc Comparative politics was rejected.
    I'm thinking on declining my offer and reinstating my application for the next year, is it a risky decision? what are my chances of getting into again? I dont know what to do, but i know i wanna go to lse!
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    (Original post by warstudies)
    My deferral for the MSc Comparative politics was rejected.
    I'm thinking on declining my offer and reinstating my application for the next year, is it a risky decision? what are my chances of getting into again? I dont know what to do, but i know i wanna go to lse!
    Hey,
    I'm having exactly the same problem. I know this is an old thread. But I was wondering if you did try to reinstate your application and if it was succesful? I was given an unconditional offer to study a Masters degree at the LSE I try'd to defer but was declined. Delaying the course for one year would help my situation a lot, but I have no idea of the risk involved in reinstating. If I knew I'd feel much more comfortable making a decision! thanks for your help.
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    (Original post by Ost83)
    Hey,
    I'm having exactly the same problem. I know this is an old thread. But I was wondering if you did try to reinstate your application and if it was succesful? I was given an unconditional offer to study a Masters degree at the LSE I try'd to defer but was declined. Delaying the course for one year would help my situation a lot, but I have no idea of the risk involved in reinstating. If I knew I'd feel much more comfortable making a decision! thanks for your help.
    Am in the same situation. My deferral was rejected. Might anyone know the chances of reinstatement for the LSE MPA?
 
 
 
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