The teaching style at summer school is great. The study material is interesting and helpful.

Saket Kumar, Centre for Management Studies, Jain University, India







The Department of Accounting enjoys a pre-eminent reputation for the excellence of their teaching and research, and for their leading role in shaping public-policy issues. They rank alongside the most highly-rated departments in accounting worldwide, with accounting having been taught at LSE since 1896. The Department, along with the Departments of Finance and Management, was ranked as the UK leader for Business and Management Studies in the most recent National Research Assessment Exercise.

The Department of Accounting combines global appeal with a distinctive European orientation in terms of institutional knowledge and affiliations, as well as intellectual traditions. Alongside this, the department 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.

Courses start at £2,500 for one session. See the full fees and payments details here.

Details of the 2020 Accounting courses can be found below:


Session One (22 June – 10 July 2020)

AC110: Principles of Accounting
AC210: Financial Statement Analysis for Investment Banking and Asset Management

Session Two (13 July – 31 July 2020)

AC101: Managerial Accounting and Financial Control 
AC215: Business Analysis and Valuation

Session Three (3 August – 21 August 2020)

AC110: Principles of Accounting
AC201: Performance Measurement for Decision-Making



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