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Hi guys!! Is it easy to get into a masters programme at imperial with a 2:1 UK degree? Do they accept everyone who applies?
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It's going to depend on the course, where that 2.1 is from and whether it was a near miss on a 1st or just above the 2.2 boundary. What are you thinking of applying for ?
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It's going to depend on the course, where that 2.1 is from and whether it was a near miss on a 1st or just above the 2.2 boundary. What are you thinking of applying for ?
I have 2:1 (62%) from Queen Mary University of London in Biomedical sciences and I intend to apply for MSc Cancer Biology
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Worth a shot but I don't know the details of their admissions process, do they give a minimum grade on their web page for that course?
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yes it says 2:1 minimum...Actually im already late in applying as it the end of June already...So a bit confused as in should I apply for just one course or more than one to increase my chances. The application fee is £80 so if I apply to a number of courses means I have to pay this fee for each one. I am an international student btw
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Worth a shot but I don't know the details of their admissions process, do they give a minimum grade on their web page for that course?
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yes it says 2:1 minimum...Actually im already late in applying as it the end of June already...So a bit confused as in should I apply for just one course or more than one to increase my chances. The application fee is £80 so if I apply to a number of courses means I have to pay this fee for each one. I am an international student btw
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