We offer a range of Bachelors and Masters degrees, as well as a structured doctoral training in economics. The size of the Department ensures that all main fields of economics are represented in the teaching programme, and our strengths in research and policy formation feed through to the teaching programme.
Our student body is very diverse. Across all programmes, the ratio of men to women is roughly 2:1. Non-UK students make up approximately 65% of the undergraduate and 85% of the postgraduate populations.
The LSE's undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses contain detailed information on programmes, studying at LSE, student life in London and how to apply. For more information, please see Study at LSE.
As well as informal visits and tours and the Virtual Open Day, LSE organises two Undergraduate Open Days every year. To find out more please visit the LSE Open Days and Evenings page or click to the links on the left to find out more about our undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes.
The next Open Day is the Undergraduate Open Day on 29 March 2017.
The day has been designed to ensure that you can obtain all the information you need to make a well-informed choice about university.
Executive Education and Summer Schools
In addition, a variety of executive education programmes and summer schools are organised, designed and taught by LSE's faculty, and deliver cutting-edge thinking across a range of disciplines, including economics.
Executive MPA (EMPA)
The Executive Master of Public Administration Degree Programme brings together experts from across LSE to prepare students to meet the policy challenges of tomorrow.
Summer Schools, including: