LSE is appreciative of the financial assistance and support given projects in East Asia. LSE has a well-established process of engaging with leading international companies, through LSE's Foundation and Business Partnerships team and LSE Consulting.
The following companies and organisations provide support to LSE China related projects.
Executive Public Policy Training Programme - (2011 - Present) - BHP Billiton (2006-2010) - Deloitte, BHP Billiton, and Leo Guo Kuan Foundation
MSc Student Scholarship and LSE Visiting Scholar Programme in LSE Health and Social Care (2012-2013 - Tianyang Foundation)
LSE Careers Fairs:
Visiting Scholars Programme for Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Officials and International Department, CPC Officials - British Embassy, Beijing (Chevening)
Confucius Institute for Business London
In addition, LSE has received a generous amount of support from Japan:
Suntory and Toyota
It was with the generous support and a shared vision on Japan's global role that Mr Eiji Toyoda (Toyota) and Mr Keizo Saji (Suntory) provided the financial support to create the Suntory Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines (STICERD) at LSE in 1978. Toyota and Suntory have continued their generous support for the Centres in the ensuing decades.
In 2014 LSE initiated its relationship with Mizuho Securities and the Mizuho Financial Group. With the support of Mizuho LSE has hosted a series of events in London and Tokyo.
Supporting LSE East Asia Projects
If your organisation is interested in supporting LSE projects related to East Asia, or you wish to discuss a specific proposal, please contact Dr. Brendan Smith.