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About Management at LSE

The department was established in the academic year 2006-07 and unites four academic units at the School – Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour, Information Systems and Innovation, Managerial Economics and Strategy, and Management Science – into a single department. We produce world-class research on management issues and provide our students with a deep insight into the functioning of the global business environment. Our unique programmes combine the study of management with the School’s renowned social sciences perspective.

The department’s mission is to become the premier management department in Europe, and one of the top departments in the world, in both teaching and research. The objective is to create a world-class environment for multidisciplinary research on management issues.

Saul Estrin 


Saul Estrin
Professor of Management, LSE, whose research interests include business opportunities in emerging markets, transition economics and economic development, labour and industrial economics, and competition and foreign direct investment.
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2014 Rates 


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Student rate

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* 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.