Global Media and Communication (MA) and Global Media and Communications (MSc) Fall 2024
When may I submit my application?
The online USC Graduate Admission application will open on October 1, 2023 and the LSE application opens early in October. If you choose to apply after February 1, check the program availability on the LSE website here.
Am I required to submit applications to both schools?
You must submit the online admission application to LSE and USC.
First, complete the online LSE application at: http://www.lse.ac.uk/GraduateApplyOnline and pay the LSE application fee. See the LSE website for details, or contact the LSE Student Recruitment Office for details: firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7955 6613. You must submit all required supporting materials (résumé, statement of purpose, etc.) to complete this application.
Second, complete the online USC Graduate Admission Application at https://usc.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login. The USC application fee is waived if you select the fee waiver option. You are not required to upload your writing samples or reference materials to the USC application. Official transcripts (original language and English translations) from all universities attended must be submitted to the USC Office of Graduate Admission.
Is there a certain GPA required for admission to this degree program?
Although no GPA guarantees admission, a minimum 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) cumulative GPA from your undergraduate institution, or the international equivalent, is required for this degree program.
What admission test scores are required?
All international student applicants are expected to demonstrate adequate English-language proficiency. To learn more about how to satisfy this requirement, click here. Also, review the USC Graduate Admission video tutorial titled, “English Proficiency Requirements for International Students” for more details.
Are there opportunities to learn more about the MA/MSc in Global Communication?
Refer to the LSE and USC Annenberg websites for details about campus visit programs, online information sessions and events that faculty and admissions officers will attend in your local area.
When are admission decisions released?
Admission decisions are released on a rolling basis from the London School of Economics on behalf of both USC and LSE.