I'm an international applicant to the EU politics program at the LSE. I've completed my undergraduate degree from Canada in three years (we have an option to do that instead of four), and my GPA is a 3.8/4. It says that the require a degree awarded with honours (which I don't have) with a minimum GPA of 3.3/4 which I've greatly exceeded. I'm also currently working as an intern at the Canadian embassy in Washington, I have strong letters of reference, a good personal statement, and I worked as a teachers assistant during my undergraduate degree.
With all this in mind, could anybody weigh in on what my chances are? Is LSE likely to reject me because I only have a three year degree instead of four? Any and all input is greatly appreciated.
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- Thread Starter
- 24-10-2015 01:32
- 24-10-2015 05:02
Hello! You probably have a great chance at getting in, due to your GPA and relevant work experience. As long as you have obtained a credited Bachelors degree, you should be fine. LSE doesn't care abt how long you spent working on your degree.