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Eligibility to study MSc(Risk and Finance) in London School of Economics and Political Science for a BBA(H) student? Requirements to get admission?


Hello Sir, I am a BBA(H) student and I am interested in studying MSc(Risk and Finance) from London School of Economics and Political Science. Am I eligible to study this course? If yes, then please tell me about the requirements for getting admission.




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27th January 2021, 07:52 PM
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Default Re: Eligibility to study MSc(Risk and Finance) in London School of Economics and Political Science for a BBA(H) student? Requirements to get admission?

Eligibility to study MSc(Risk and Finance) in London School of Economics and Political Science for a BBA(H) student is:

You must have completed Bachelor Degree course in relevant subjects to get admission in this course.

Your admission will be done through GMAT or GRE exam basis.
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27th January 2021, 07:53 PM
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Default Re: Eligibility to study MSc(Risk and Finance) in London School of Economics and Political Science for a BBA(H) student? Requirements to get admission?

Eligibility to study MSc(Risk and Finance) in London School of Economics and Political Science for a BBA(H) students is:

You must have completed Bachelor Degree course in relevant subjects to get admission in this course.

Your admission will be done through GMAT or GRE exam basis.
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