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How to contact us

Year 1 at PKU

Mr. Zhang Chunping
Director, Office for International Programmes

International Programme Office B101
School of International Studies|
Peking University
Beijing, China 100871

Tel: +86-(10)-6276 5111
Fax: +86-(10)-6275 8954 
lsepku@126.com|
edulis@126.com|
sis@pku.edu.cn|

Year 2 at LSE

Mrs Nayna Bhatti

Postgraduate and Research Programme Manager 

Tel: +44 (0)207 955 7126

Fax: +44 (0)207 955 6800

N.Bhatti@lse.ac.uk| 

Application/Admissions

LSE Graduate Admissions Office|
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7160
Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 6137
Grad.dual.degree@lse.ac.uk|

LSE-Peking University Double MSc in International Affairs

 

Year 2: London School of Economics

 

Progression from Year 1 at Peking University

LSE-PKU students currently in their year 1 at PKU will receive visa invitations to the UK (including the CAS code) and information regarding registration at LSE only after LSE has received the progression list from SIS/PKU in mid-July. This list will have the names of students who have successfully passed all required exams at PKU to qualify for progression to year 2 at LSE.

Structure: LSE Courses

Students take core courses in the Departments of International Relations| and International History|, take a third course from the wide range of options offered by the two Departments, and complete the programme with a dissertation on a relevant topic.

* The LSE does not have a credit system. To complete the second year study at the LSE, you must successfully pass the four compulsory papers listed below.

Paper 1

Paper 2: IR Options

Choose one course from the following list

* All students require teacher permission, which can be attained by completing the online application form linked to the course selection on LSEforYou|.

** indicates half-unit course

Paper 3: Options

Choose an additional full unit or two half units from the International Relations courses listed above or one of the full units listed below

Paper 4: Dissertation

The Dissertation will be supervised within the Department of International History at LSE and will be on a historical aspect of international affairs.

 

 

 

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