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I'm going to send my application this weekend, is it too late for LSE (BSc Maths and Econ)? I'm an international student.
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I never understand questions like this. A simple google search would easily answer your question, is that really something that goes over your head?

And to answer your question - no.
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(Original post by Confusedschubert)
I never understand questions like this. A simple google search would easily answer your question, is that really something that goes over your head?

And to answer your question - no.
I just saw a discussion about "LSE 2017 offers" so I thought it was too late
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For international students the deadlines might differ.
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I don't think the deadlines differ, offers are given out as applications are received. I got mine before the UK deadline last year.
"ALL applicants are strongly advised to submit their applications to UCAS by 15 January." Even if you're outside the EU. So, no it's not too late.
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