In the aftermath of Brexit, some applicants are wondering "am I still welcome at LSE?"
Very emphatically, YES, YES, YES!
LSE and the Department of Mathematics would like to reassure all of our applicants and students that you are a crucial and extremely valued part of the LSE community. LSE has always been, and will continue to be, global in our outlook. LSE welcomes students from around the world, and currently has students from over 160 countries studying here. LSE is a welcoming destination for the brightest and best minds, and the School's academic mission is enhanced by our talented and diverse staff, faculty and student body.
LSE is based in London which is arguably the most cosmopolitan city in the world. LSE is a global leader in social science and public policy and we will work tirelessly to protect our links with Europe, our international networks and to ensure we remain an attractive destination for talented people from across Europe and the rest of the world. LSE is and will remain one of the world’s foremost sources of knowledge about Europe.