Great lecturers, great course content. Definitely enriched my understanding of the financial system greatly.
Raymond Tan, University of Sydney, Australia


LSE's Department of Finance enjoys a pre-eminent reputation for the excellence of their teaching and research, and for their leading role in public-policy issues. The LSE's Department of Finance ranks alongside the most highly-rated departments in finance worldwide.

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.

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

Details of the 2020 Finance courses can be found below:


Session One (22 June – 10 July 2020)

FM230: Alternative Investments
FM250: Finance 
FM360: Options, Futures and Other Financial Derivatives

Session Two (13 July – 31 July 2020)

FM202: Analysis and Management of Financial Risk 
FM225: Fixed Income Securities, Debt Markets and the Macro Economy

Session Three (3 August – 21 August 2020)

FM230: Alternative Investments
FM250: Finance 
FM255: Financial Markets
FM350: Advanced Corporate Finance

You may also be interested in these courses:

AC210: Corporate Financial Reporting and Communication
ME200: Computational Methods in Financial Mathematics
ME201: Optimization with Applications in Portfolio Choice
ME302: Introduction to Financial Mathematics
ME317: Statistical Methods in Risk Management


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