LSE language policy

This policy was launched on Friday 22 October 2010

LSE is not just a multi-national university but also a multi-lingual one.

  • an exhortation to learn a language by the LSE Director              
  • getting greater departmental buy-in to the idea of language learning              
  • branding LSE as not just a multi-national university but also a multi-lingual one              
  • clear statements of support for languages in all relevant promotional materials              
  • stressing the importance of language skills not only for employability but also for intellectual value              
  • offering a free MFL Certificate Course to UK/EU undergraduate students who do not have a GCSE Grade C or equivalent in a foreign language that is not their mother tongue              

To read this policy please see the LSE Language Policy.