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Does international experience make up for less than ideal grades? LSE, King's and UCL



Hi! I'm based out of India, graduated in 2020 with a Bachelors degree with a less than ideal 2:2, but I've since done a Parliamentary Research internship, finished multiple relevant certificate courses and short term programmes, worked with non-profits for a few months, and completed two internships of six months each with the United Nations -both abroad, one of which was at the Secretariat in NYC. I understand that Oxbridge is a pipe dream, and scholarships wouldn't be an option since they focus on grades (I'm willing to fully self fund), but that being said, would my experience give me a fighting chance for an MA/MSc in International Relations at LSE, King's or UCL?

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