How do I send my transcripts to LSE?

Your transcript can be emailed to us at graduate.documents@lse.ac.uk, or sent electronically, as mentioned in the tab above. Alternatively you may send a photocopy of your degree certificate bearing an original stamp and signature of your institution to prove that the copy conforms to the original.

Does LSE require letters of recommendation?

For the majority of applicants this means two references from academic staff at your previous institution who know your work well, and who, preferably, can comment on subjects or skills relevant to the programme(s) you are applying for.

Does LSE send Acknowledgement email?

Once we have received your application you will receive an email acknowledgement. This email will include your unique LSE ID number as well as details of how to contact us if necessary. Your application will then be passed to the Selectors for assessment.

Is GRE needed for LSE?

GRE scores are required from all applicants, including graduates of UK universities. Applicants who do not have an undergraduate degree studied at a UK university are required to submit GRE scores with their application.

Does LSE accept duolingo?

If you are unable to take one of our preferred tests, it may be possible for you to take an alternative test such as Duolingo or IELTS Indicator and supplement your score by taking the LSE Language Centre Assessment.

How many references does LSE require?

Two academic references
Two academic references. You must nominate two suitable referees by providing their contact details in your online application and you must ensure that each of your nominated referees submits a reference in support of your application.

How many references does LSE need?

two academic references
In most cases we require two academic references. An ‘academic’ referee is someone who has taught you during your university-level studies. All references must be translated into English. Current students and applicants who graduated from their most recent study after January 2020 must nominate two academic referees.

What grades do you need to get into LSE?

have four GCSE/O levels at grades A–C and one GCE/A level at grades A–E, or six GCSE/O levels at grades A–C, or equivalent and. demonstrate competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to UK. GCSE/GCE O level at Grade C or above and. meet our English language requirement.

What does LSE look for in students?

Our Selectors look for students who can best reflect on the experiences and academic ideas they have encountered through the opportunities available to them, not those who have had the best opportunities.

Why study LLM at LSE Law?

LSE Law School’s LLM is unmatched in the international, comparative and interdisciplinary approaches and courses that it offers. It is a leading LLM programme, delivered at one of the world’s best law schools. Why study law?

How do I get financial support for my LSE application?

A proportion of the application fee income that we receive each year is used to give financial support to LSE students. You must nominate two suitable referees by providing their contact details in your online application and you must ensure that each of your nominated referees submits a reference in support of your application.

Can I apply to LSE If I am still awaiting exam results?

You may submit an application even if you are still awaiting some examination results, however you must have fully graduated by the time you register at LSE. Please list the title and credit value of each in-progress course that you are currently studying on the application.

Do I need to provide transcripts of my LSE qualifications?

Applicants currently or formerly registered at LSE do not need to supply transcripts of their LSE qualifications as these are generated internally. Make sure that you scan documents at a sensible resolution, ensuring that the documents remain legible while remaining under 2MB in file size. 300dpi is fine.