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    Hey guys! I'm a newly member here. I really don't know that its the right place for asking this question but I really need your advice for my upcoming education path.

    First of all, I'm a Turkish citizen who studies at one of the top schools of Turkey. (For me, its first ) for general information, its first private school that established in Turkey, also last year it has ranked in 150-200. (I know its pretty bad considering to world)

    I'm an honour student, got scholarship (merit based) from school, working at school newspaper which is the most viewed online college newspaper, learning korean and want to be excellent in, active member of at least five different student groups (in particularly politics and economy) and have a chance to good internships from important ministries.

    Now, I'm in my second year in political science and public administration in college (second year- first term) and I'm studying for good grades, probably my cgpa (cumulative) will rise eventually. Besides, I'm studying for my English skills ( actually my all classes are taught in English) I hope to be teaching assistant and get significant roles in school groups.

    What is my chance to get accepted by famous schools? (Oxbridge, LSE or UCL) How do I work/study to get accepted?
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    You should check out the requirements and process of each University you are interested in.


    Oxford: https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/unde...tudents?wssl=1
    Cambridge: https://www.internationalstudents.cam.ac.uk/
    UCL: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/international
    LSE: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/informati...ents/Home.aspx
    If you can't find info here, email the individual Admission teams.
 
 
 
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