The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the leading social science universities not only in UK but also in the whole world. LSE is a specialist university with a global reach. Its research and teaching cover different areas from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. LSE has 15 Nobel prize winners. LSE has students from around 140 countries worldwide, and a network of over 92,000 alumni in 196 countries.In 2008/09 the School had 8,700 full-time students and over 800 part-time students.
The School offers courses not only in economics and political science, but also in a wide range of social science subjects, taught within 19 departments and a number of interdisciplinary institutes.
Undergraduate degree programmes:
(BSc/BA/LLB) – three-year first-degree programmes in a broad range of subjects, offering a useful intellectual training in different approaches to social questions.
Graduate degree programmes:
Taught: (Diploma/MSc/MA/MPA/LLM) – one or two-year programmes. Many blend practical experience with rigorous academic analysis so as to broaden the knowledge of practitioners in certain fields.
(MPhil/MRes/PhD) – programmes producing professional social scientists, well versed in a range of social science techniques and methods, and in-depth knowledge of a particular area.
The Financial Support Office is responsible for administering School funds and a variety of scholarships, studentships, prizes and awards. It administers a variety of scholarships and award schemes (Diploma, LLM, MA, MSc and MSc Research)
How to contact LSE
Office of Development and
Alumni Relations (ODAR)
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7361