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Double and Joint Master's Programmes

LSE offers a number of programmes which give students the opportunity to study both at LSE and at partner institutions in London or overseas.

Double degree programmes

Double degree programmes are normally of two years' duration with students studying one year at LSE and one year at the partner institution. Upon successful completion of the programme, a student is awarded a master's degree or equivalent from both institutions. The current list of our double degree programmes is as follows:

In collaboration with Sciences Po, Paris:

In collaboration with  Columbia University, New York:

In collaboration with Peking University, Beijing:

In collaboration with the National University of Singapore:

In collaboration with the Annenberg School, University of Southern California:

In collaboration with Fudan University, Shanghai:

In collaboration with Leipzig, Roskilde, Vienna or Wroclaw universities:

Joint degree programmes

Joint degree programmes are offered with one or more partner institution(s) and may last one or more years. Upon successful completion of the programme, a student receives a single master's degree which is awarded jointly by LSE and the partner institution(s).

In collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine:

In collaboration with the HEC School of Management (Paris) and NYU Stern School of Business (New York):