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    Hi guys, I am an undergraduate student from Germany, I am interested in doing my Master degree at UCL School of Management. I study International Business Administration in Frankfurt and my whole degree is taught in English, does anyone of you maybe know if I still have to do an English proficiency test to apply for a master's degree at UCL? I know that LSE and LBS for instance don't require one if I already studied my previous degree in English.

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    I don't think so. When I applied for my Master's degree, the English Language Requirement section had an option stating "degree exclusively taught in English". Just tick the box and you should be fine!
 
 
 
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