Applying for Msc International Relations

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sky121099
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Hi I got 64.5 in the 2nd grade in the University of Manchester. I worked in a medium-size company for 6 months over the summer holiday in the last year. And I will do international conference planning for 5weeks from next week. I also got JLPT (Japanese language certification). I really want to study Msc International Relations in LSE and Manchester university. But I'm quite worried about the score.. could you guys give me opinions??
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Hi I got 64.5 in the 2nd grade in the University of Manchester. I worked in a medium-size company for 6 months over the summer holiday in the last year. And I will do international conference planning for 5weeks from next week. I also got JLPT (Japanese language certification). I really want to study Msc International Relations in LSE and Manchester university. But I'm quite worried about the score.. could you guys give me opinions??
The work experience will make no difference and it’s unlikely the Japanese would make much difference either. I think you’d struggle to be competitive for LSE but you would probably get an offer from Manchester
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