Fees cover registration, teaching, first entry to examination, the use of the Library and membership of the Students' Union. They also normally cover teaching and the use of student common rooms at other colleges of the University of London, if your programme has intercollegiate arrangements.
Fees are fixed annually, normally in the spring prior to the start of the programme. Students are informed of the relevant fee level in their offer letter. Please see lse.ac.uk/tableOfFees or individual programme entries for the most up to date information regarding the fee levels for each programme.
Fee reductions and rewards
LSE undergraduates starting taught postgraduate study at the School are eligible for a fee reduction in the region of ten per cent of the fee. These reductions are available for UK, EU and non-EU students.
The School offers a range of rewards for early payment of fees for all self-financed students. For the latest information please see lse.ac.uk/tableOfFees
If you are offered admission to the School you will be advised of your fee status. See the Fee Status Classification page in our information for international students.