I'm looking to apply for the MiM to both LSE and UCL (year starting 2017).
I currently have a full-time job already in my career and one in which I am relatively comfortable with. I believe I could come to some sort of agreement where I can work less hours per week (maybe 24h p/week). I would like to know from students whether they think that's possible and what's the weekly schedule like? I read at the LSE website that classes + seminars should take 8-12 hours per week. I imagine that the extracurricular work will be very demanding but my main concern right now is in terms of compulsory hours that students must attend. But please feel more than welcome to comment on work load as well, as I can't find much online about this either but am indeed very interested to know. Any help would be very much appreciated, thank you!
Workload on full-time MiM from LSE/UCL Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-09-2016 15:49
- 20-09-2016 14:20
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