I am planning to apply for the MSc in Global Market Economics however am concerned that my quantitative background is not strong enough. I have an undergrad degree in Economics from a highly rated liberal arts college in the US with a 3.8 GPA. However, I only have semester of Calculus and Stats and no econometrics coursework.
Does LSE allow you to take extra math courses to make up for your deficiency in the subject - like they do for Economics through their Summer School programme??
I have also have 4+ years of work experience which I am hoping will count in my favor.
It would be really helpful if someone who has applied or is currently a student can give some advice.
Are unis responsible for your grades?