London School of Economics

The London School of Economics, officially known as the London School of Economics and Political and Science and often referred to as LSE, is a public research university in London, England. It was founded in 1895 and joined the University of London in 1900. 

LSE is a member of the Russell Group, Association of Commonwealth Universities, European University Association, and is sometimes considered a part of the "Golden Triangle" in south-east England. 

In 2017, LSE received 20,000 applicants for 1,600 undergraduate placements. All undergraduate applications, including international applications, are made through UCAs. 

Post graduate students at the LSE are required to have a first or upper second Class UK honours degree, or its foreign equivalent, for master's degrees, while direct entry to the MPhil/PhD programme requires a UK taught master's with merit, or foreign equivalent. Admission to a diploma requires a UK degree or equivalent plus relevant experience. LSE has very competitive admissions.

The London School of Economics is one of the world's leading dedicated social science institutions. It offers a range of different programmes, from undergraduate and graduate study, to executive education, distance learning, language study, summer school and study abroad options.

LSE commits itself to shaping the world's future. LSE's ambition is to be the lead social science institution with the greatest global impact. Its future directions include continuing to build bridges as an internationally renowned institution, with a reputation for excellence in teaching, research, and public engagement in the social sciences. Its priorities are educating for impact to shape the future, producing research for the world so that thinking can go beyond borders, developing LSE for everyone, and ensuring that the university has an inclusive process. 

The London School of Economics is a Public university located in London.
The London School of Economics was founded in 1895.
The current president of London School of Economics is The Princess Royal .
According to verified online sources, the London School of Economics enrolls a total of 11205 students.
According to the main website, the London School of Economics has a total student population of 4810 undergraduate students and 6395 graduate students.



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