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Hello there,
This fall I will start a one-year graduate programme at LSE (MSc Behavioural Science) and I´m currently wondering what the timetable for one-year Masters degrees looks like.
LSEs Term dates website mentions that the Summer Term lasts until around mid-June, but apparently for 12-month master´s programmes, Summer Term extends until the official end date of the programme (that would be September 2022), sooo... what exactly does that mean?
Are there still lectures or seminars during the summer months or is it basically "free time" to spend on the dissertation?

Any help would be much appreciated

Thanks in advance guys
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