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Is it possible to get admission at LSE without work experience?
Asked by: ritu
Posted on Sat, 12 Jul 2008 11:49:31 GMT
I want to study at LSE (London School of Economics) but I don't have any work experience. So, can I get a chance to study there?
If you want to study at LSE (London School of Economics), work experience of 3 to 5 years is considered to get admission in graduate level but it isnít compulsory. In UK, work-experience is usually compulsory for MBA programs but LSE doesnít offer any MBA program.
Even though you don't have any work-experience, you can apply for admission at LSE.
elearn answered 9 years ago
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