Hello everyone, hope everyone's well. I'm currently in my 1st year of a master's in France. Here Master's degrees are 2 years, but each year is kinda separate (called M1 and M2). I say separate because one can do their M1 in one university and go do an M2 in another university. If you do just the M1, you get 60 ECTS and transcripts, but no "diploma".
I applied to LSE for an MSc and got a conditional offer, the first condition is for an IELTS over 7 (which I met) and the other one is "You must obtain your Master's degree". This is impossible to meet, as I can pass the first year of my master's degree (M1), but I can't do both years (M1 & M2) in one year. As offers are only for the year applied of 2023-2024, it clearly isn't them telling me to come back the year after I finished both years.
Furthermore, I received a full funding scholarship last week for the program from the department itself, which makes me 100% sure of attending. But I'm scared I can't meet the requirement. Did they just make a mistake and meant I should just pass my year, or?