LSE Summer School
The LSE Summer School is the largest university summer school in Europe, and it will be celebrating its 29th year of academic excellence in 2017.
Based on regular undergraduate courses taught at LSE; over 80 intensive three-week courses are available in Accounting, Finance, Law, Economics, Business, Government, International Relations and more. Engage with leading-edge faculty at one of the world's best universities, situated in the heart of London.
Summer School 2017 runs from 19 June - 18 August over 3 sessions.
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Executive Education Courses
Using our experience as a leading specialist social science institution; the summer session of our Executive Education Courses deliver cutting-edge thinking across a range of disciplines.
We invite you to join us in the heart of London, to study one of our short intensive courses within one of the world's best universities. Our high-level executive training and development programmes are designed and taught by LSE's globally renowned faculty to meet the challenges faced by you and your organisation.
You can review the courses here.
Methods Summer Programme
Now in its 6th year, the Methods Summer Programme is designed to provide a range of quantitative and qualitative methods to students, academics and professionals to enhance their research capabilities.
Over two weeks during August 2017, the LSE will offer courses in quantitative, qualitative and mixed social science research methods, as well as methods for economics and economists.
See Methods Summer Programme for more information.
LSE-PKU Summer School, Beijing
LSE and Peking University have collaboratively run the LSE-PKU Summer School in Beijing every summer since 2004 and we will run our fourteenth joint summer school from 7-18 August 2017. The two-week English-language international Summer School, taught by outstanding faculty from Peking University and LSE, offers university-level courses in subjects including economics, finance, management, international relations, social policy, geography, big data and law, all with a focus on China and Asia.
The LSE-PKU Summer School attracts around 300 participants annually from around the world representing approximately 50 nationalities, and more than a quarter of the cohort are typically graduate professionals from across the public, private and third sector.
For more information including details about how to apply, see our LSE-PKU Summer School webpages.
LSE-University of Cape Town July School, South Africa
LSE and the University of Cape Town will run the fifth LSE-UCT July School from 17-28 July 2017. The two-week intensive 'summer school' style programme offers university level courses in a range of subjects including management, economics, international relations, geography, law, media and social policy, all with a focus on Africa. The programme is taught by world-class faculty from the University of Cape Town and LSE.
This unique programme is usually attended by over 100 students and graduate professionals from more than 40 nationalities around the world, to study issues relevant to Africa today on the beautiful University of Cape Town campus.
Further course and application information can be found on our LSE-UCT July School webpages.