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    I am thinking about applying to the MSc in Development Economics and I have wondered whether is it common for SOAS to accept students with no (or at least very little) formal education in economics or in any of the quantitative subjects (i.e., math, physics,...). My problem is that I did my BA and MA in Political Science, and that I can't really afford to study for a graduate diploma, especially not at SOAS (which is the preferable institution for my masters, as I would like to study under Ben Fine and Costas Lapavitsas).
 
 
 
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