LSE' master in Global Master's in Management


Hi all,

I have a doubt . I don't understand if the Global Master's in Management is a master after university. I have took a Master'degree in philosophy and i don't understand if I could take this LSE master. In the LSE'site is written "any degree".

[Edited by Edoardo Filippini on Nov 02, 2018]

Hi all,

I have a doubt . I don't understand if the Global Master's in Management is a master after university. I have took a Master'degree in philosophy and i don't understand if I could take this LSE master. In the LSE'site is written "any degree".
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Duncan
Yes philosophy is any.
Yes philosophy is any.
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Yes philosophy is any.


But what can I do after this master? The description in theLSE's site is not very precise.
[quote]Yes philosophy is any. [/quote]

But what can I do after this master? The description in theLSE's site is not very precise.
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Duncan
Are you asking if this degree would qualify you to apply to a PhD? Yes, it would.
Are you asking if this degree would qualify you to apply to a PhD? Yes, it would.
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Duncan
You need a undergraduate degree to enter that degree. Many will have also an MA or MSc.
You need a undergraduate degree to enter that degree. Many will have also an MA or MSc.
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You need a undergraduate degree to enter that degree. Many will have also an MA or MSc.


I asked for the job. But in Italy the structure of university is 3+2: 3 years of bachelor's degree and 2 years of Master's degree. I don't understand if the LSE's master is an equivalant of italian Master's degree or a Master of a second level.
[quote]You need a undergraduate degree to enter that degree. Many will have also an MA or MSc.[/quote]

I asked for the job. But in Italy the structure of university is 3+2: 3 years of bachelor's degree and 2 years of Master's degree. I don't understand if the LSE's master is an equivalant of italian Master's degree or a Master of a second level.
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George Pat...
European Union uses the EQF (European Qualifications Framework) to rank the degrees of all countries using a common reference. A master from LSE is level 7
European Union uses the EQF (European Qualifications Framework) to rank the degrees of all countries using a common reference. A master from LSE is level 7
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Duncan
The Italian masters are also at level 7. I think the best comparison with the UK is to compare the number of ECTS points in the degrees. Other than France and Flanders, which also have masters degrees which are only open to people with another masters, I don't think this way of separating out the masters is very common.
The Italian masters are also at level 7. I think the best comparison with the UK is to compare the number of ECTS points in the degrees. Other than France and Flanders, which also have masters degrees which are only open to people with another masters, I don't think this way of separating out the masters is very common.
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The Italian masters are also at level 7. I think the best comparison with the UK is to compare the number of ECTS points in the degrees. Other than France and Flanders, which also have masters degrees which are only open to people with another masters, I don't think this way of separating out the masters is very common.


With my situation, can I do the LSE's Master?
[quote]The Italian masters are also at level 7. I think the best comparison with the UK is to compare the number of ECTS points in the degrees. Other than France and Flanders, which also have masters degrees which are only open to people with another masters, I don't think this way of separating out the masters is very common. [/quote]

With my situation, can I do the LSE's Master?
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George Pat...
Is this the one?
http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/Degree-programmes-2019/Global-Masters-Management

I read "Minimum entry requirement: 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline"
usually that means you need Laurea with 106 or better grade to enter this

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Nov 03, 2018]

Is this the one?
http://www.lse.ac.uk/study-at-lse/Graduate/Degree-programmes-2019/Global-Masters-Management

I read "Minimum entry requirement: 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline"
usually that means you need Laurea with 106 or better grade to enter this
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mba hipste...
What are your goals?
What are your goals?
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