LSE offers you the opportunity to study abroad during your undergraduate degree, gaining experience that will enable you to become an engaged global citizen.
The School has year-long exchanges with a number of overseas institutions. You can apply for these opportunities during the second year of your undergraduate degree.
Please note that year-long exchanges would be additional to LSE’s academic requirements so you must return to LSE after your year abroad to study the final year of your undergraduate degree programme.
For more information, visit the GO LSE home page.
Programme-specific study abroad opportunities
In addition to the School-wide study abroad opportunities, some LSE departments also offer an integrated study abroad year as part of specific degree programmes. Some examples include:
- BA/BSc Social Anthropology or BA Anthropology with Law exchange with: the University of Melbourne, Australia; Fudan University, China; and the University of Tokyo, Japan
- BSc International Relations and Mandarin: exchange with Fudan University, China
- BSc Language, Culture and Society: exchange with partner universities in China, France, Germany, Latvia, Estonia, and Spain
- BSc Management: exchange with The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, USA; University of Michigan Ross School of Business, USA; University of St Gallen, Switzerland; HEC Paris, France; Bocconi University, Italy, HKUST Business School, Hong Kong.