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Carr Saunders Halls, LSE
London School of Economics
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LSE BSc Econ or Politics and Econ?

I’m oversea student, undoubtedly pure econ is super competitive ( but more offers will be given) while for PE it is less competitive ( few people in my country apply this course, but admit less than 100 people per year)

No matter which course I apply for LSE, I need to take TMUA cuz I apply for cam.

Currently, I don’t have any activities related to politics (but can do some)

Should I start to do some relevant activities to apply PE or try to work on TMUA to reach a high score and apply for Econ?

Pls give me some suggestions!!
Original post by JayJeong
I’m oversea student, undoubtedly pure econ is super competitive ( but more offers will be given) while for PE it is less competitive ( few people in my country apply this course, but admit less than 100 people per year)
No matter which course I apply for LSE, I need to take TMUA cuz I apply for cam.
Currently, I don’t have any activities related to politics (but can do some)
Should I start to do some relevant activities to apply PE or try to work on TMUA to reach a high score and apply for Econ?
Pls give me some suggestions!!

If you do an equivalent of Further Maths, just go for straight econ. Besides LCE doesn't like it if you only talk about econ on your Ps and then apply to PE. If you do well on the TMUA, as an international student, you are basically guaranteed entry. so yeah.
Carr Saunders Halls, LSE
London School of Economics
London

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