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Schwarzman Scholars information session|

Schwarzman Scholars is an ambitious new initiative, inspired by the Rhodes Scholars program, to introduce the next generation of young global leaders to each other and to China.

Beginning in 2016, up to 100 scholars will be selected from around the world to develop their leadership skills through a one-year Master’s Degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing.  Over time the cohort will grow to up to 200 students. During the program, students will also have the opportunity to travel across China as well as take part in an internship in their chosen field. Admissions will open in 2015, with the first class in residence by the summer of 2016.

The information session at LSE campus will be held at STC.S75|, 2pm on Wednesday 12 November 2014. We look forward to seeing you there!

Research Festival 2015

LSE Research Festival Exhibition 2015: call for submissions|

Researchers across the School can now submit works for next year’s Research Festival Exhibition.

We are seeking posters, photographs and short films that convey research in compelling ways and open up dialogue with visitors to the exhibition.

For more information, entry forms and details about workshops that will facilitate production of exhibits, visit LSE Research Festival|.

Entrepreneurship Matters

Sign-up for Entrepreneurship Matters|

Student sign-up for Entrepreneurship Matters|, LSE Entrepreneurship’s new course, is open.

The course will provide you with a wide range of perspectives on entrepreneurship, fostering your capabilities for entrepreneurial thinking and action. Each of its seven sessions will be led by a globally recognised speaker from different entrepreneurial areas of expertise, including founders and CEOs of global companies, experts in the area of social entrepreneurship and a chief economist.

It is open to third year undergraduate and postgraduate students from any department, who can commit to attending all sessions. They will take place on selected Tuesdays from 6.30pm and will include a talk from the guest speaker, followed by a Q&A and networking.

More details of the schedule and the speakers can be found here|. Email entrepreneurship@lse.ac.uk| for more details or to reserve a place.




Consultancy Fair

LSE Careers Fairs| 

Make sure you attend one of our Careers Fairs for students. Next up are: 

Law Fair| - 4 & 6 November, 5.30-8pm

If you’re interested in a career in law, come to the LSE Careers Law Fair to meet with firms and training providers and find out about vacation schemes, training contracts and legal qualifications.   

International Organisations Day| - 8 November, 8.30am – 6pm

Join International Organisations Day for presentations and Q&A sessions about working internationally, as well as the opportunity to meet with company representatives.