Accounting and Finance

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Courses

(Please note it is only possible to take 1 course per session, e.g AF101 or AF215 and not all the Accounting and Finance courses).

Session 1 (6 July - 24 July 2015)

Session 2 (27 July - 14 August 2015)

 

Courses, faculty and dates may be subject to change without notice

About Accounting and Finance at LSE

Both the Department of Accounting and the Department of Finance enjoy a pre-eminent reputation for the excellence of their teaching and research and for their leading role in public-policy issues. They rank alongside the most highly-rated departments in accounting and finance worldwide, with accounting having been taught at LSE since 1896.

The Department of Accounting continues to enjoy a reputation as one of the leading groups in the world for teaching and research on the economic, institutional and organisational aspects of accounting and financial management. LSE’s Department of Finance has grown in recent years to become one of the largest and most highly-regarded finance groups in the UK and Europe. It is closely associated with LSE’s Financial Markets Group which regularly hosts a wide variety of seminars, conferences and public addresses by leading academics and practitioners.

 

 Michaela-Verardo  

Michela Verardo
MSc, PhD (Rochester)
Associate Professor in Finance, LSE, whose research interests include empirical asset pricing, market efficiency, behavioural finance, and mutual funds and hedge funds

 

2014 Rates 


Standard rate

Student rate

One Session

£2015

£1510

Both Sessions

£3430

£2530

* Student rate applies to all full-time students who are currently enrolled at a University or College anywhere in the world. 

A 10% reduction in fees is available to the following groups:

  • Current LSE students
  • LSE alumni
  • Former Summer School students

To ensure that the discount is awarded, applicants should ensure that the appropriate section of the application form is completed. Please note that the 10% discount does not apply to students studying through the University of London International Programme.

 

 

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