Why LSE is not listed among Commonwealth Universities?


rabia12

I have just come to know that London School of Economics is not a member of Association of Commonwealth Universities. whats the worth of the LLM degree of a uni which is not listed among commonwealth universities. Will it cast any negative impression in future?

Looking Forward.

I have just come to know that London School of Economics is not a member of Association of Commonwealth Universities. whats the worth of the LLM degree of a uni which is not listed among commonwealth universities. Will it cast any negative impression in future?

Looking Forward.
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Tabmas08

LSE is listed as part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities(ACU).This I know for a fact because I will be on a Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at LSE and LSE met all requirements for hosting Scholars.The Commonwealth Sec is affialited to ACU so have no fears.

LSE is listed as part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities(ACU).This I know for a fact because I will be on a Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at LSE and LSE met all requirements for hosting Scholars.The Commonwealth Sec is affialited to ACU so have no fears.
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Maybe they don't specifically list out all of the University of London schools.

Maybe they don't specifically list out all of the University of London schools.
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rabia12

LSE is listed as part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities(ACU).This I know for a fact because I will be on a Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at LSE and LSE met all requirements for hosting Scholars.The Commonwealth Sec is affialited to ACU so have no fears.


then why the name is not on the list... you can check it urself.. here's the link.. http://www.acu.ac.uk/institutions/search?code=GB&member_search.x=57&member_search.y=17

<blockquote>LSE is listed as part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities(ACU).This I know for a fact because I will be on a Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at LSE and LSE met all requirements for hosting Scholars.The Commonwealth Sec is affialited to ACU so have no fears.</blockquote>

then why the name is not on the list... you can check it urself.. here's the link.. http://www.acu.ac.uk/institutions/search?code=GB&member_search.x=57&member_search.y=17
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LSE is listed as part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities(ACU).This I know for a fact because I will be on a Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at LSE and LSE met all requirements for hosting Scholars.The Commonwealth Sec is affialited to ACU so have no fears.


then why the name is not on the list... you can check it urself.. here's the link.. http://www.acu.ac.uk/institutions/search?code=GB&member_search.x=57&member_search.y=17


The University of London is on the list, though. Not sure why some constituent colleges would be members and others not, but LSE is probably a member through UofL.

<blockquote><blockquote>LSE is listed as part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities(ACU).This I know for a fact because I will be on a Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at LSE and LSE met all requirements for hosting Scholars.The Commonwealth Sec is affialited to ACU so have no fears.</blockquote>

then why the name is not on the list... you can check it urself.. here's the link.. http://www.acu.ac.uk/institutions/search?code=GB&member_search.x=57&member_search.y=17</blockquote>

The University of London is on the list, though. Not sure why some constituent colleges would be members and others not, but LSE is probably a member through UofL.
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