Life After LSE
Alumni relations Whilst you are likely to be returning to your home university at the end of your time on the General Course, the School recognises its ongoing commitment to current and former students, including those on the General Course, through a highly effective alumni relations programme that is administered by School staff and a network of volunteer alumni across the world.
For further information visit our website at: www2.lse.ac.uk/alumni or Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7361.
LSE Summer Schools LSE runs two summer schools, one based in London and one located in Beijing.
The Summer School based in London provides an opportunity for students to share in LSE’s tradition of academic excellence over a short period of time. Two Summer Schools are offered in July and August each year delivering three-week intensive courses that are taught and examined to LSE standards and based on regular undergraduate courses.
Summer School courses are offered in Accounting and Finance; Economics; English Language; International Relations, Government and Society; Law, and Management.
For further information visit their website www.lse.ac.uk/ summerschool
The LSE-PKU Summer School is run over two weeks in August at PKU’s campus in Beijing. It is a collaboration between two of the world’s leading institutions for teaching and research offering recognised flagship courses from the London Summer School, an outstanding established course at Peking University and three new courses. Together these cover the fields of Accounting and Finance; Management; Economics; International Relations, and Law. All courses are taught in English by internationally renowned specialists in the field.
For further information visit their website at www2.lse. ac.uk/study/summerSchools/ LSEPKUProgramme
Graduate studies at LSE Although this brochure is written with potential General Course students in mind, a note on postgraduate opportunities at LSE could be of interest if you are thinking about higher degree work in the longer term. Just over half of our student population is engaged in such work and LSE is one of the major world centres for the advanced study of the social sciences. The School offers tuition for postgraduate diplomas, for taught Masters degrees (MSc, MA, MPA, LLM) and research programmes (MPhil, PhD).
More information is available at: www.lse.ac.uk/collections/ graduateadmissions