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Is it possible to change programmes from history to economic history? I read the programme transfer conditions from the LSE website and apparently it goes as follows:
"60% or better in two courses, an average of 50% or better
in the other two subjects. Applicants who have not taken
EH101 will be expected to demonstrate their interest and
ability in Economic History. "
Does it still hold true as of right now ie I'm assuming I just need to take EH101 as an outside course? Additionally, what other measures will I need to take if it is possible e.g do I need to change my student visa and submit before a certain deadline?
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It is not possible to change programmes after you have been made an offer. Information regarding undergraduate programme transfers once registered at the School can be seen here but please be aware that programme transfers are not guaranteed. We do not advise that you register at LSE with the sole intention of switching degree programmes.
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It is not possible to change programmes after you have been made an offer. Information regarding undergraduate programme transfers once registered at the School can be seen here but please be aware that programme transfers are not guaranteed. We do not advise that you register at LSE with the sole intention of switching degree programmes.
I absolutely understand. I am just wondering about whether or not it is possible after I registered because I might consider it if I find economic history to be more interesting.
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