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London School of Economics and Political Science

International in flavour, London is an unparalleled environment in which to live and study. It is a centre for government and law, Europe's leading financial market and a style setting centre of cultural life. Educational benefits include libraries, professional institutes and all the resources of the University of London. 

The LSE campus is situated just off Aldwych in central London, and provides a range of academic and support services to its students. 

The LSE Students' Union, run by students for students, exists to make your university experience the best it can be.     

As a student at LSE you will be studying in the heart of a multicultural city alongside students from across the world. Major cultural attractions such as theatreland, the West End, the Royal Opera House, the British Library and British Museum are right on your doorstep. Whether you are into art, architecture, dance, film, music, theatre, sport, shopping or even green spaces and the great outdoors, London really does have it all.    

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 or four-year first-degree programmes in a broad range of subjects, offering a useful intellectual training in different approaches to social questions.

University of London International Programmes:

(BSc/Diploma programmes) - study through distance learning, with the aid of subject guides and other materials provided by LSE.

Executive education: innovative education for professionals and organisations:

- Executive master's degrees: for mid-career to senior level professionals

- Customised programmes bringing LSE expertise to your organisation

- Intensive one week courses at LSE's Executive Summer School

- TRIUM Global Executive MBA

A year at LSE: The General Course

For undergraduates at non-UK institutions wishing to study for a year at LSE.

Language Centre

English for academic purposes and modern foreign language courses at various levels and of various lengths.

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7405 7686

Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
Accounting and Finance [NN34] 144 9250
Actuarial Science [N321] 136 9250
Anthropology and Law [ML16] 136 9250
Business Mathematics and Statistics [G0N0] 144 9250
Econometrics and Mathematical Economics [L140] 152 9250
Economic History [V300] 136 9250
Economic History with Economics [V3L1] 136 9250
Economics [L101] 152 9250
Economics and Economic History [VL31] 136 9250
Economics with Economic History [L1V3] 152 9250
Environment and Development [FK84] 136 9250
Environmental Policy with Economics [F9L1] 136 9250
Geography [L702] 144 9250
Geography with Economics [L7L1] 144 9250
Government [L230] 144 9250
Government and Economics [LL12] 144 9250
Government and History [LV21] 144 9250
History [V146] 144 9250
International Relations [L250] 144 9250
International Relations and History [VL12] 144 9250
Laws [M100] 152 9250
Management [N200] 136 9250
Mathematics and Economics [GL11] 152 9250
Mathematics with Economics [G1L1] 152 9250
Philosophy and Economics [LV15] 144 9250
Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method [V503] 144 9250
Politics and Philosophy [LV25] 144 9250
Social Anthropology [L601] 136 9250
Social Anthropology [L603] 136 9250
Social Policy [L400] 136 9250
Social Policy and Criminology [LM42] 136 9250
Social Policy and Economics [LLK1] 136 9250
Social Policy and Sociology [LL34] 136 9250
Social Policy with Government [LL42] 136 9250
Sociology [L301] 136 9250
Statistics with Finance [G3N3] 144 9250

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