LSE Graduation in China

LSE has held graduation ceremonies in China since 2010. Students who have completed a degree programme at LSE are eligible to attend these presentation ceremonies. Registration in advance is required with LSE Ceremonies. On future ceremonies in Beijing details will appear online at a later date in 2016. On past events you can view below

2015

Prof. Paul Kelly, LSE Pro-Director for Teaching and Learning, welcomed graduands and their families for the 6th LSE China Graduation ceremony, held in Beijing on 18 August 2015. LSE faculty present included, Prof. Mick Cox, (LSE IDEAS and International Relations); Prof. Danny Quah (LSE Economics and International Development); Dr. Fei Qin, (LSE Management); Dr. Meng Bingchun (LSE Media and Communications); Dr. Mayling Birney (LSE International Development); Dr. Timothy Hildebrandt (LSE Social Policy); Dr. Xu Moqi (LSE Finance); and Dr. Hyun Shin (LSE Geography and Environment). LSE Alumna, Ms. Wang Weikang (LSE, 2005) delivered the alumni address. Photos of the 2015 ceremony.

2013 and 2014

LSE Pro-Director (Vice President) for Teaching and Learning at LSE, Prof. Paul Kelly, hosted the graduation ceremonies in Beijing in 2013 and 2014, along with LSE faculty from the departments of international relations, management, international development, economics, finance, media and communications, geography & environment, and international history. Dr. Dong Ming (LSE, 1987 and 1991) and Mr. Zhao Chenning (LSE, 1997) delivered the alumni address to the new LSE graduates in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Photos are available for the 2013 and 2014 ceremonies. 

2012

The 2012 LSE China Graduation Ceremony was held at the Hilton Hotel on 9 August, hosted by LSE Pro-Director, Prof. Stuart Corbridge, and attended by LSE faculty - Prof. Danny Quah (economics); Prof. Mick Cox (international relations); Prof. Colin Lewis (economic history); Dr. Kent Deng (economic history); Dr. Jeff Chwieroth (international relations); Dr. Meng Bingchun (media and communications). LSE alumni, Prof. Li Qiang, Assistant President at Peking University also attened and addressed the audience. Photo highlights below.

 

 

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