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    So of course LSE is incredibly good for undergraduate studies.

    But is LSE more so a place where people tend to go to complete their Masters - especially international students from America etc - than their undergrad?
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    So of course LSE is incredibly good for undergraduate studies.

    But is LSE more so a place where people tend to go to complete their Masters - especially international students from America etc - than their undergrad?
    Considering the cost of master's studies in the UK - undergrad is MUCH more economically beneficial. I suppose it'd be a good place if you want to do some studying abroad though, and would look great on a CV whether or not you want to work in the UK.
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    (Original post by PostGrad221)
    So of course LSE is incredibly good for undergraduate studies.

    But is LSE more so a place where people tend to go to complete their Masters - especially international students from America etc - than their undergrad?
    Well they have more postgrad than undergrad students. If that answers your question?
 
 
 
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