LSE Applications 2020-21


zzz1

Hi everyone! I just received an email informing me that I was put on reserve list because the quota of the programme is full. No transcript drop. I will be notified of a final decision by August 31. Anyone in the same situation? Anyone knows about people getting in to the class from reserve list in previous years?

Hi everyone! I just received an email informing me that I was put on reserve list because the quota of the programme is full. No transcript drop. I will be notified of a final decision by August 31. Anyone in the same situation? Anyone knows about people getting in to the class from reserve list in previous years?
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Ako

Hello everyone! I received an offer today, transcript dropped 2 days ago, received id number on 17/2. Good luck with your results!

Hello everyone! I received an offer today, transcript dropped 2 days ago, received id number on 17/2. Good luck with your results!
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Flavio

Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?

[Edited by Flavio on Apr 13, 2020]

Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?
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Finarfin

Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?


Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support

[quote]Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?[/quote]

Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support
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Flavio

Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?


Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support

[quote][quote]Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?[/quote]

Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support [/quote]
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Flavio

Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?


Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support


Thank you for sharing your experience!! I definitely see your point. Conversely, I've been preparing for the LL.M over the last two years, so I would try to be as sure as possible about potential social distancing measures that the government could implement for the beginning of the academic year. Eventually, we are speaking of the end of September, there is hope that this drama could come to an end.
In the meanwhile fingers crossed and good luck to everyone !

[quote][quote][quote]Hi everybody and once again congratulations to all the offer holders. I hope everything is fine, considering the dramatic events that are running all over the world.
Btw I would like to hear your (even rough) ideas of the possible impacts of Covid-19 on the 2020-2021 LL.M taking place in london.
Do you think UoL will start online? do you have any insights?[/quote]

Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support [/quote][/quote]

Thank you for sharing your experience!! I definitely see your point. Conversely, I've been preparing for the LL.M over the last two years, so I would try to be as sure as possible about potential social distancing measures that the government could implement for the beginning of the academic year. Eventually, we are speaking of the end of September, there is hope that this drama could come to an end.
In the meanwhile fingers crossed and good luck to everyone !
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Finarfin



Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support


Hi. For anyone considering a deferral, I received this email earlier today:

"The School has made the decision not to allow any deferrals from 2020/1 to next year. If you planned not to take up your place this year, you will instead need to reinstate your application for entry in 2021/2. You will not need to pay any administration fee to be considered for your first two choices. We have adopted this approach as it is the fairest way to ensure that the cohort of applicants for 2021/2 is considered on a level playing field. We will start to process reinstatement requests later in the year Please use the Offer Reply Form (on the online application status tracker) to let us know whether you are planning to attend LSE. If you decided that you wish to delay your studies, you can submit the reinstate form, but please be aware that we will not process these until at least July."

So no deferrals! Hopefully they will be able to provide further information regarding this year's m.o. though. Good luck everyone!

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Hi. I hold an offer. Over the last few weeks they they reached out to me via email acknowledging the uncertainty of everything in terms similar to these http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/News
They also sent me a very kind personalised email with a warm welcome to the university and to a Facebook group which has remained inactive. Sadly, my prospects of travelling to London this year have slimmed down dramatically, not knowing whether I will have to budget for travel/accommodation (and for how many months, in any event), so I submitted a deferral request during the fourth week of March. It's reception was acknowledged automatically but I haven't received any other communication in that regard since.
They were on Holiday during the last week. It is likely that they will resume their somewhat continuous communication with us starting tomorrow.
I don't know whether that helps, perhaps someone has had access to more satisfactory information. I don't believe anyone is likely to know much more at this point, this news report depicts it quite bleakly https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/apr/10/uk-universities-plead-billions-pounds-support [/quote]

Hi. For anyone considering a deferral, I received this email earlier today:

"The School has made the decision not to allow any deferrals from 2020/1 to next year. If you planned not to take up your place this year, you will instead need to reinstate your application for entry in 2021/2. You will not need to pay any administration fee to be considered for your first two choices. We have adopted this approach as it is the fairest way to ensure that the cohort of applicants for 2021/2 is considered on a level playing field. We will start to process reinstatement requests later in the year Please use the Offer Reply Form (on the online application status tracker) to let us know whether you are planning to attend LSE. If you decided that you wish to delay your studies, you can submit the reinstate form, but please be aware that we will not process these until at least July."

So no deferrals! Hopefully they will be able to provide further information regarding this year's m.o. though. Good luck everyone!
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Ako

What do you think about online teaching? Don't you believe that if introduced for the majority of the time, it would mean a diminishment of the quality of the education provided, considering other opportunities available on campus?

[Edited by Ako on Apr 22, 2020]

What do you think about online teaching? Don't you believe that if introduced for the majority of the time, it would mean a diminishment of the quality of the education provided, considering other opportunities available on campus?
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Finarfin

What do you think about online teaching? Don't you believe that if introduced for the majority of the time, it would mean a diminishment of the quality of the education provided, considering other opportunities available on campus?

Very much so. As an international, this course entails five years of debt to me. I'm happy to agree to that be it on campus, but it makes much less sense without access to conferences/library/study spaces and getting to know the cohort/staff/city. Things appear more favourable, though, maybe they will be back to normal-ish soon.

[Edited by Finarfin on Apr 23, 2020]

[quote]What do you think about online teaching? Don't you believe that if introduced for the majority of the time, it would mean a diminishment of the quality of the education provided, considering other opportunities available on campus? [/quote]
Very much so. As an international, this course entails five years of debt to me. I'm happy to agree to that be it on campus, but it makes much less sense without access to conferences/library/study spaces and getting to know the cohort/staff/city. Things appear more favourable, though, maybe they will be back to normal-ish soon.
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Ako

What do you think about online teaching? Don't you believe that if introduced for the majority of the time, it would mean a diminishment of the quality of the education provided, considering other opportunities available on campus?

Very much so. As an international, this course entails five years of debt to me. I'm happy to agree to that be it on campus, but it makes much less sense without access to conferences/library/study spaces and getting to know the cohort/staff/city. Things appear more favourable, though, maybe they will be back to normal-ish soon.


Exactly!! The delay of the start of the term seems like a much more favorable solution!

[quote][quote]What do you think about online teaching? Don't you believe that if introduced for the majority of the time, it would mean a diminishment of the quality of the education provided, considering other opportunities available on campus? [/quote]
Very much so. As an international, this course entails five years of debt to me. I'm happy to agree to that be it on campus, but it makes much less sense without access to conferences/library/study spaces and getting to know the cohort/staff/city. Things appear more favourable, though, maybe they will be back to normal-ish soon. [/quote]

Exactly!! The delay of the start of the term seems like a much more favorable solution!
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zzz1

Hi everyone!! I am admitted to LSE and submitted the financial support application before the 27 Apr deadline (with personal statement included). However, immediately after applying I checked my Graduate Application Tracker and it already read that "Unfortunately you have not been granted any Graduate Support Scheme (GSS) funding". 
Anyone in the same situation? I am assuming that the GSS was already over but why did they kept allowing applications to it then?

Hi everyone!! I am admitted to LSE and submitted the financial support application before the 27 Apr deadline (with personal statement included). However, immediately after applying I checked my Graduate Application Tracker and it already read that "Unfortunately you have not been granted any Graduate Support Scheme (GSS) funding".&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>Anyone in the same situation? I am assuming that the GSS was already over but why did they kept allowing applications to it then?<div><br></div><div><br></div></div>
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lkg138

Hi everyone (: I heard from someone who works at LSE that they are planning to have all classes in the year 2020/21 online, since they are worried that many people will not be able to make it to the UK because of the Corona virus and they don't want to loose all the money from fees. I am very upset by this since I don't think I want to do my master's online, part of the appeal for me is living in London, meeting all of you guys etc. I also think that the quality will not be as good if everything happens online.  So if it turns out this way, I think I will decline. What are your thoughts? I am pretty upset by this news ):

Hi everyone (: I heard from someone who works at LSE that they are planning to have all classes in the year 2020/21 online, since they are worried that many people will not be able to make it to the UK because of the Corona virus and they don't want to loose all the money from fees. I am very upset by this since I don't think I want to do my master's online, part of the appeal for me is living in London, meeting all of you guys etc. I also think that the quality will not be as good if everything happens online. &nbsp;So if it turns out this way, I think I will decline. What are your thoughts? I am pretty upset by this news ):
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Flavio

Hi, thank you for sharing. Certainly the covid emergency have had an impact on applications and offer holders decisions. However, it seems to me very unlikely that just one university of london could ever act differently from the others: for the sake of clarity, I have offers from different unis, should LSE go online for the whole year while KCL/UCL go for on site programmes, I would definitely choose one of latters. And this applies to several people. As far as I know, having contacts with lecturers from two different UoL, all UoL are very likely to take the same decision.Plus, should LSE decide to go online, I assure you that they would lose way more students and way more money, especially speaking of PG students.Finally, lots of universities in UK are not well prepared for online courses, differently from other institutions like university of Amsterdam, all the staff need to be well trained, they prefer way more to go on site.In the end, if they have no choice (coz of the outbreaks), the online classes thing will be official.Thus, let's not panick, especially considering that this website is a primary source of information for many llm prospect students !Stay safe, stay positive, stay strong !!!

[Edited by Flavio on May 01, 2020]

Hi, thank you for sharing. Certainly the covid emergency have had an impact on applications and offer holders decisions. However, it seems to me very unlikely that just one university of london could ever act differently from the others: for the sake of clarity, I have offers from different unis, should LSE go online for the whole year while KCL/UCL go for on site programmes, I would definitely choose one of latters. And this applies to several people. As far as I know, having contacts with lecturers from two different UoL, all UoL are very likely to take the same decision.<div>Plus, should LSE decide to go online, I assure you that they would lose way more students and way more money, especially speaking of PG students.</div><div>Finally, lots of universities in UK are not well prepared for online courses, differently from other institutions like university of Amsterdam, all the staff need to be well trained, they prefer way more to go on site.</div><div>In the end, if they have no choice (coz of the outbreaks), the online classes thing will be official.</div><div>Thus, let's not panick, especially considering that this website is a primary source of information for many llm prospect students !</div><div>Stay safe, stay positive, stay strong !!!</div>
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lkg138

Hi, thank you for sharing. Certainly the covid emergency have had an impact on applications and offer holders decisions. However, it seems to me very unlikely that just one university of london could ever act differently from the others: for the sake of clarity, I have offers from different unis, should LSE go online for the whole year while KCL/UCL go for on site programmes, I would definitely choose one of latters. And this applies to several people. As far as I know, having contacts with lecturers from two different UoL, all UoL are very likely to take the same decision.Plus, should LSE decide to go online, I assure you that they would lose way more students and way more money, especially speaking of PG students.Finally, lots of universities in UK are not well prepared for online courses, differently from other institutions like university of Amsterdam, all the staff need to be well trained, they prefer way more to go on site.In the end, if they have no choice (coz of the outbreaks), the online classes thing will be official.Thus, let's not panick, especially considering that this website is a primary source of information for many llm prospect students !Stay safe, stay positive, stay strong !!!

Thanks for your insight! I hope you are right and that everything will turn out fine (: best of luck

[quote]Hi, thank you for sharing. Certainly the covid emergency have had an impact on applications and offer holders decisions. However, it seems to me very unlikely that just one university of london could ever act differently from the others: for the sake of clarity, I have offers from different unis, should LSE go online for the whole year while KCL/UCL go for on site programmes, I would definitely choose one of latters. And this applies to several people. As far as I know, having contacts with lecturers from two different UoL, all UoL are very likely to take the same decision.<div>Plus, should LSE decide to go online, I assure you that they would lose way more students and way more money, especially speaking of PG students.</div><div>Finally, lots of universities in UK are not well prepared for online courses, differently from other institutions like university of Amsterdam, all the staff need to be well trained, they prefer way more to go on site.</div><div>In the end, if they have no choice (coz of the outbreaks), the online classes thing will be official.</div><div>Thus, let's not panick, especially considering that this website is a primary source of information for many llm prospect students !</div><div>Stay safe, stay positive, stay strong !!!</div> [/quote]<div><br></div><div>Thanks for your insight! I hope you are right and that everything will turn out fine (: best of luck</div>
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Lawecon

Hi everyone (: I heard from someone who works at LSE that they are planning to have all classes in the year 2020/21 online, since they are worried that many people will not be able to make it to the UK because of the Corona virus and they don't want to loose all the money from fees. I am very upset by this since I don't think I want to do my master's online, part of the appeal for me is living in London, meeting all of you guys etc. I also think that the quality will not be as good if everything happens online.  So if it turns out this way, I think I will decline. What are your thoughts? I am pretty upset by this news ):

FWIW: I work at LSE and this definitely is not true.

[quote]Hi everyone (: I heard from someone who works at LSE that they are planning to have all classes in the year 2020/21 online, since they are worried that many people will not be able to make it to the UK because of the Corona virus and they don't want to loose all the money from fees. I am very upset by this since I don't think I want to do my master's online, part of the appeal for me is living in London, meeting all of you guys etc. I also think that the quality will not be as good if everything happens online. &nbsp;So if it turns out this way, I think I will decline. What are your thoughts? I am pretty upset by this news ): [/quote]<div><br></div><div>FWIW: I work at LSE and this definitely is not true.</div>
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Hi everyone. These are certainly testing times for the LSE and for us offer holders. However, in my opinion, one should move forward according to the plan until there is no clarity as to whether the classes will move online or be held on campus. Therefore, I am as of now hoping that normalcy will return before September 2020, actively looking for accommodation options. I personally was not happy with the accommodations provided by LSE to the postgraduate students. Therefore, I am looking to collaborate with people and rent an apartment in London at a much more reasonable price than what LSE is offering. If anybody here would be interested, kindly let me know on my email gauravrana18@yahoo.co.in. I have some decent options in mind. Any Indians who have received any offers? kindly email me as well. 

Hi everyone. These are certainly testing times for the LSE and for us offer holders. However, in my opinion, one should move forward according to the plan until there is no clarity as to whether the classes will move online or be held on campus. Therefore, I am as of now hoping that normalcy will return before September 2020, actively looking for accommodation options. I personally was not happy with the accommodations provided by LSE to the postgraduate students. Therefore, I am looking to collaborate with people and rent an apartment in London at a much more reasonable price than what LSE is offering. If anybody here would be interested, kindly let me know on my email gauravrana18@yahoo.co.in. I have some decent options in mind. Any Indians who have received any offers? kindly email me as well.&nbsp;<div><br></div>
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SamL

Hi everyone and congrats, 
I got a conditional offer for LSE however I have some questions I can't find the answers for. 
They require "proof of qualification" however, I have already submitted them when I applied, does anyone know what they want exactly? 
Due to the COVID situation, what kind of online (at home) test do they accept to meet the English requirements? 

[Edited by SamL on May 14, 2020]

Hi everyone and congrats,&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I got a conditional offer for LSE however I have some questions I can't find the answers for.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>They require "proof of qualification" however, I have already submitted them when I applied, does anyone know what they want exactly?&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Due to the COVID situation, what kind of online (at home) test do they accept to meet the English requirements?&nbsp;</div>
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Finarfin

Hi everyone and congrats, 
I got a conditional offer for LSE however I have some questions I can't find the answers for. 
They require "proof of qualification" however, I have already submitted them when I applied, does anyone know what they want exactly? 
Due to the COVID situation, what kind of online (at home) test do they accept to meet the English requirements? 

Hi, they now require that you send certified copies/originals of the documents of which you previously submitted mere scans (deg. certificate, transcript) - check the Graduate Application Tracker, at the bottom of the webpage. However, due to the pandemic, offer holders were instructed the following via e-mail (surely it's somewhere on the website too): 
"As an unconditional offer holder, you need only be concerned with providing official proof of documents already supplied. Please remember that we are currently unable to receive or process paper documents. The best way for you to meet our requirements is for you to either:

Share your document with us via an online verification service, such as Digitary, CHESICC (for degrees studied in P.R. China) or eScrip-Safe.Send a secure, digitally signed PDF.Share your test scores with us by supplying your TRF number (IELTS) or appointment number (TOEFL, GMAT, GRE).Ask your institution/referee to email your documents to us directly at graduate.documents@lse.ac.uk".

[quote]Hi everyone and congrats,&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I got a conditional offer for LSE however I have some questions I can't find the answers for.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>They require "proof of qualification" however, I have already submitted them when I applied, does anyone know what they want exactly?&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Due to the COVID situation, what kind of online (at home) test do they accept to meet the English requirements?&nbsp;</div> [/quote]<div><br></div><div>Hi, they now require that you send certified copies/originals of the documents of which you previously submitted mere scans (deg. certificate, transcript) - check the Graduate Application Tracker, at the bottom of the webpage. However, due to the pandemic, offer holders were instructed the following via e-mail (surely it's somewhere on the website too):&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>"<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: Roboto, RobotoDraft, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">As an unconditional offer holder, you need only be concerned with providing official proof of documents already supplied. Please remember that we are currently unable to receive or process paper documents. The best way for you to meet our requirements is for you to either:</span></div><div><p style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: Roboto, RobotoDraft, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;"></p><ul style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: Roboto, RobotoDraft, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;"><li style="margin-left: 15px;">Share your document with us via an online verification service, such as&nbsp;<span class="il">Digitary</span>, CHESICC (for degrees studied in P.R. China) or eScrip-Safe.</li><li style="margin-left: 15px;">Send a secure, digitally signed PDF.</li><li style="margin-left: 15px;">Share your test scores with us by supplying your TRF number (IELTS) or appointment number (TOEFL, GMAT, GRE).</li><li style="margin-left: 15px;">Ask your institution/referee to email your documents to us directly at&nbsp;<a href="mailto:graduate.documents@lse.ac.uk" target="_blank" style="color: rgb(17, 85, 204);">graduate.documents@lse.ac.uk</a>".</li></ul></div>
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zzz1

Hi! Has anyone heard about LSE scholarships for 2020/1 so far?

Hi! Has anyone heard about LSE scholarships for 2020/1 so far?
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kasha98

Hi guys! :) For your conditional offers, did they ask for a 2:1 or a specific percentage/GPA? And if they asked for a specific percentage/GPA is it the exact same as what they require on their website? Thank you!

I'm trying to decide if I should take a gradeless semester or try to pull my grades up (which is uncertain) because I'm a 2:1 but just under their GPA requirement right now!

Hi guys! :) For your conditional offers, did they ask for a 2:1 or a specific percentage/GPA? And if they asked for a specific percentage/GPA is it the exact same as what they require on their website? Thank you!<br><br>I'm trying to decide if I should take a gradeless semester or try to pull my grades up (which is uncertain) because I'm a 2:1 but just under their GPA requirement right now!
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