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    I am interested in applying for the MSc in Real Estate, but the entry requirements say that admission is only granted for applicants with non-cognate bachelor degrees:

    "The MSc Real Estate programme is open to students who hold a good undergraduate honours degree (2.1 or above) in a non-cognate discipline or equivalent international qualification. Applicants to this conversion programme are therefore welcome from any academic discipline (other than real estate)."

    I already studied Real Estate as my bachelor so I was wondering if there is any chance to get accepted anyway?
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