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Department of Social Psychology

3rd Floor
Queens House,
55/56 Lincoln's Inn Fields,
London WC2A 3LJ

Daniel Linehan
Department Manager
Tel:  +44 (0)20 7955 7712

Jacqueline Crane
Service Delivery Manager - MSc Programmes: Department contact for issues relating directly to MSc study
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7995

Terri-Ann Fairclough
PhD Programme and Communication Administrator : Department contact for issues relating directly to PhD study
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7700

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Internationally famous for its research-led approach to education, the LSE is an ideal context within which to study social psychology. We offer mainly post graduate programmes and also some undergraduate course options. We are renowned for the excellence of our teaching. And of course the wider facilities and services of the LSE offer a supportive and stimulating environment for learning.

In this section of the website we detail the programmes available including MSc, Phds and course level options. We also offer details on the practicalities of studying at the LSE such as how to apply, funding, cost of living and support for international students.

Based in the heart of London, we are ideally situated to be connected with our wider community. Being in the centre of London provides easy connectivity and socialising, whilst studying at the Psychology@LSE offers a strong community feel. See our links to events at the Psychology@LSE Department a film about what life is like at the LSE, and a link to our Alumni and students' union.

For information on the careers destinations of Social Psychology graduates click here

For information on the careers destinations of Social Psychology PhD graduates click here

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Caroline HowarthDr Caroline Howarth

Senior lecturer at the Psychology@LSE

"What I love about teaching at the LSE is the students - people come from a wealth of different academic, cultural and professional backgrounds and this produces rich, meaningful and challenging debates and relationships. This provides a wonderful context to examine the detail of Social Psychological theory, find useful applications and extend our collective understanding.

I have found working at the LSE exhilarating, challenging and stimulating - and I have met some of my closest friends here. I hope you do too."