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    Hi,

    For those doing LSE's external degree programme or anyone who knows about this.

    Is the degree awarded as external student valued equally ?

    After completing first year is it possible to join the second year actually on campus ?

    what about the materials provided ? is it any good ?

    Sorry to just lay the questions like this. I had a look at londonexternal.ac.uk but I need some insiders information.


    Also, according to this page - http://www.londonexternal.ac.uk/pros...ce/index.shtml

    Under "Flexible study at a reasonable cost"

    It says, ou have between 3-8 years to complete the programme (or a minimum of 2 years on the Graduate Entry Route).

    What does this mean ?


    Please advise.

    Thanks
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    that means that if you already have a Batchelor's you can complete the course in 2 years
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    (Original post by flamingmoe)
    Hi,

    After completing first year is it possible to join the second year actually on campus ?
    Some students are chosen for this, you have to do really well.
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    (Original post by Levity)
    Some students are chosen for this, you have to do really well.
    Thanks for the reply.

    Is third year transer from long-distance to on-campus studies also available ?



    Also, are the external degrees regarded equally prestigious by the employers ??
    Since the papers are marked as the same standard as the on-campus students, i would think so..

    Please advise.

    Thanks
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    (Original post by flamingmoe)
    Thanks for the reply.

    Is third year transer from long-distance to on-campus studies also available ?



    Also, are the external degrees regarded equally prestigious by the employers ??
    Since the papers are marked as the same standard as the on-campus students, i would think so..

    Please advise.

    Thanks
    I doubt they would be, if only because they aren't "proper" degrees.
 
 
 
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