Questions and answers

How long does LSE take to give offers graduate?

How long does LSE take to give offers graduate?

The first offers will be released from January onwards. We aim to release decisions within eight weeks of our acknowledgement email confirming that your application is complete and has been passed to the selectors for consideration, but at busy times the decision time may increase.

How long does it take for LSE to process applications?

Wherever possible you should submit all of your documents with your online application. You should expect to wait an average of 8 weeks for a decision when applying for a taught programme; decisions for a research programme may take longer than this.

When should I hear back from LSE?

All decisions on on-time applications (those received by 26 January 2022) will be made and communicated no later than 19 May 2022.

Does LSE have an applicant portal?

Welcome to the Admissions’ Self Service Portal The portal provides a streamlined and efficient digital interaction channel for the Admission application process across all LSE plc markets.

How hard is it to get into LSE Master’s?

LSE Masters Acceptance Rate The Acceptance rate at LSE for graduate programs is higher than LSE Acceptance rate for the undergraduate program. The LSE masters acceptance rate for graduate programs is 25%. Looking at the acceptance rate, it can be inferred that admission to LSE for any course is highly competitive.

Is GMAT required for LSE?

We require a GMAT or GRE which contains all elements of the test – if your online test does not contain all elements, we will be unable to accept it. You must include your test scores in the relevant section of the online application form, stating the percentile and marks obtained for all sections of the test.

How do you get into LSE grad school?

LSE requires for its graduate programs a degree with at least 70 percent marks in the final examination or a GPA of 3.5 (out of 4) or above and proficiency in English.

Can I still apply for Masters 2021?

Unlike undergraduate programmes, applications for most Masters courses are open all year round (some vocational programmes may have a set deadline). Masters offers are given out as applications come in, so you don’t want to leave it too late and discover that your perfect programme is already full.

How do you get a masters at LSE?

To be considered for admission to a taught master’s programme (upper second class equivalent), we would normally require a bachelor’s degree awarded after a minimum of three years of study with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.3/4, 5/7, 6/8, 7/9 or 7.5/10.

How do I apply for masters at LSE?

How do I apply? We have a formal application process, which is centrally administered by the LSE Graduate Admissions Office. Applicants must submit a complete formal application to the Graduate Admissions Office via the online form. Please read Graduate Admissions’ description of The Admissions Process.

Is LSE Good for Masters?

LSE is known as one of the best unis in the UK. However, from what I’ve learnt, it is VERY easy to get an offer for LSE masters programs (relative to, say, Oxbridge or top American programs).

How can I track my LSE application online?

You will be able to track the progress of your application online. Most delays and confusion are caused when applicants do not follow our instructions. You must apply early, as competition for programmes at LSE is intense. Your application will not be considered until we have received all your supporting documents.

How does the tracker work at the LSE?

The tracker is dynamically linked to our own internal database, reflecting any change or decision on your application as soon as it happens. We also notify you by email as soon as we have processed any further information in relation to your application and once a decision has been made on your application.

Do you need to know how to apply for LSE?

Whether you’ve started an application and want to ensure you get it right before submitting, or you’ve submitted an application and need to know what happens now, the information in this section will help you How do I…?

Are there any LSE programmes in the USA?

LSE has developed a number of programmes which are administered jointly with other institutions such as Peking University in China and University of Southern California in the USA. Any additional requirements for these programmes will be listed on their individual programme pages.