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Entry Requirements

Upper second class honours (2:1) degree or equivalent in social science or humanities.

Competition for places at the School is high. This means that even if you meet the minimum entry requirement, this does not guarantee you an offer of admission.

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Student Profile(s)

Andre Rainho das Neves

After graduating from Law School in Brazil, I went to LSE to further my knowledge in development economics. My main academic interest has long been the interaction between institutions and economics, and I thought the MSc in Political Economy of Late Development would help me broaden my analytic skills and my knowledge in economics. It did just that.

My career path has developed as planned so far. In the future, I would like to pursue an academic career and leave the practice of law. In my current job, my day-to-day responsibilities involve substantial team work, analytical skills and paying attention for detail. All these skills were significantly improved during my time at LSE.

The reasons that I chose LSE and my degree were: the field of study, the amazing international and cosmopolitan environment of LSE; and the wonders of living in London. I would encourage current LSE students to make the most of all the facilities which it has to offer.

Balder Vestad

My advice from my career so far would be: If you don’t know what you would like to do, go for a broad position that gives you complementary skills to those you already have. Don’t be afraid to apply for positions you might think you won’t get – you never know what they’re looking for, and LSE has a very strong name.

An interest in economics, politics and development made me choose my LSE programme. LSE’s reputation as a great school with good teachers and motivated and smart students was attractive. A lot of employers seem to be impressed when they see that you have a master’s degree from LSE. Perhaps the network might come in handy later. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at LSE – the school, the teachers, the city, my fellow students helped make the year a great experience! I learned a lot that I have benefitted from since.

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