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    Hello All

    Next year I'll Finnish my undergraduate course at University of Westminster. I know this university does not have a good reputation, thus I consider master degree in a top university as my last chance to get sufficient qualifications.
    I currently study BSc Business Economics and want to apply for MSc Environmental Economics & Sustainable development at LSE.

    Did any of you got into LSE masters from weak undergraduate university? Did you have any specific difficulties during admission process/interview? I heard one can try to apply provided he/she scored at least 2:1.
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    (Original post by mik20)
    Hello All

    Next year I'll Finnish my undergraduate course at University of Westminster. I know this university does not have a good reputation, thus I consider master degree in a top university as my last chance to get sufficient qualifications.
    I currently study BSc Business Economics and want to apply for MSc Environmental Economics & Sustainable development at LSE.

    Did any of you got into LSE masters from weak undergraduate university? Did you have any specific difficulties during admission process/interview? I heard one can try to apply provided he/she scored at least 2:1.
    As long as you have a good 2:1 or possibly a first, together with a strong personal statement and good references, you will stand a chance. Universities tend not to focus on where you're applying from for postgraduate.
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    University reputation does not matter for postgraduate application unless the university is not accredited and/or offers instant degrees.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    University reputation does not matter for postgraduate application unless the university is not accredited and/or offers instant degrees.
    This.
 
 
 
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