LSE China

As an internationally renowned institution for the social sciences, LSE is committed to institutional and intellectual engagement around the world. With developments continuing apace in China, it remains central to LSE's mission to seek closer ties with Chinese academic institutions and the Chinese people for mutual benefit.

Recent news and events

6 January 2016 - Beijing - LSE alumni and friends attended Prof. Jin Keyu's talk, as part of the LSE China Lecture Series, on Present Challenges for the Chinese Economy.

25 November 2015 - Beijing - LSE alumni and friends attended the LSE China Lecture Series on Natural disasters in times of a changing climate - are we prepared? Reflections on risk management efforts in China and elsewhere. (Lecture slides and audio available)

November 2015 - Shanghai - LSE Health signs MoU with Fudan School of Public Health

5 November 2015 - Beijing - LSE alumni attended a talk in the LSE China Lecture Series on The Future Structure of the Global Accounting and Auditing Profession: Western and Chinese Perspectives.(Lecture slides and audio available)

17 October 2015 - Hangzhou - LSE Alumni in Hangzhou, and neighbouring regions, are invited to attend an alumni gathering.

August 2015 - Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chongqing, Chengdu - pre-departure events for all new students preparing to go to LSE.

August 2015 - Beijing (17 Aug), Shanghai (19 Aug), Hong Kong (24 Aug) - LSE hosted its annual careers fairs for LSE alumni.

25 August 2015 - Shenzhen - LSE alumni attended careers networking event.

18 August 2015 - Beijing - Slides, photos and video now available of the 5th annual LSE China Conference, titled Telling the China story: Media and Communications in a Turbulent Age

Research Opportunities

January 2015  - Funding opportunities available for collaborative research between UK and China on social sciences, arts and humanities.

December 2014 - Fudan University has launched a new Visiting Fellows programme open to LSE faculty and students.

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