The International Relations Department runs a three-year undergraduate programme, an undergraduate General Course programme for students wishing to substitute a year at their home university for a year at LSE, six MSc programmes and a research programme for MPhil/PhD students. It is also involved in some joint degrees, which are administered by other LSE Departments.
The links below give access to degree regulations, FAQs, prospectuses and all other information needed for applying for these programmes. They also provide information for offer holders and current International Relations students about the International Relations Department's policies and procedures.
The LSE IR Masters comes 9th in "Top 10 IR Masters programmes for those looking to run the world": In January/February 2012 the prestigious journal Foreign Policy compiled its Top Ten Best International Relations Master's Programs and the LSE MSc programmes came in at number nine. The rankings are part of the Teaching, Research and International Policy (TRIP) survey.
International Relations Degree Programmes
BSc International Relations
MSc in International Relations/MSc in International Relations (Research)
MSc in International Political Economy/MSc in International Political Economy (Research)
Sciences Po-LSE Double Degree in Affaires Internationales and IR/IPE
MSc International Relations Theory
MPhil/PhD - research degrees in International Relations
BSc International Relations and History
MSc Theory and History of International Relations
MSc Politics and Government in the European Union
MSc Global Politics
LSE-Peking University Double MSc International Affairs
Master of International Studies at the Elliott School of International Affairs
Executive MSc Diplomacy and International Strategy
LSE Summer School
LSE External Study
For further information about the application process for any of the above Master's degrees, and LSE Graduate School more generally, please go to the Graduate Prospectus. Online Graduate School Application is also available.