This programme is specifically for students from Fudan University and forms part of our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Presessional Programme.
It provides an excellent opportunity for Fudan students to experience London and LSE.
The course consists of 20 hours weekly contact time and is structured thematically.
The language requirements for students taking this course are:
IELTS 5.5. or higher (with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill)
CET 6 (College English Test)
TEM 4 or 8 (Test for English Majors)
Week One: British culture and society, including a trip to the BBC
Week Two: Politics and government, including a trip to the Houses of Parliament
Week Three: Literature and society, including a trip to the Globe
Participants will practise writing academic essays, giving presentations, listening to lectures and taking part in role-plays, discussions, debates.
They will have sessions focusing on academic vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.
You can read more information about this programme below in the LN909 Summer English for Fudan Students course brochure and also download to print it.
We are proud to be part of an international community of students in the heart of London. This Campus Tour will give you an idea of what LSE is like and if you are thinking of studying at either undergraduate or graduate level currrent LSE students and staff explain why prospective undergraduate and graduate students should consider studying at the School. Please also have a look at Life in London: What LSE students can enjoy. Finally, have a look at a day in the life of an LSE student. You can also review this powerpoint presentation giving an overview of the programme.
Applications, offers and fee payment is handled in the same way as other courses on our Presessional Programme. Use the online form below and make sure you select LN909 as the course you wish to take.
Please also refer to the guidance in our English Application Procedure to help you through this process.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO APPLICATION FEE FOR EAP PRE-SESSIONAL PROGRAMMES.