Apply for your Executive Education programme
Start your journey with LSE by applying now. Find out about the application process and what happens next.
As part of the application process you will be asked to provide a copy of your CV/résumé or LinkedIn profile detailing your work history. Alongside your work history and academic background, you will also be asked a series of questions relating to your learning objectives.
Your personal statement is an important opportunity to tell us more about yourself and your motivations for applying for the programme. Our programmes are highly competitive and your motivations for applying help guide admissions committee decisions.
More information on entry requirements can be found in our FAQs and on the programme pages.
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After your application
Acceptance onto LSE Executive Education programmes is not automatic. Once submitted, your application will be assessed by the admissions committee who will carefully select a diverse cohort of motivated executives from around the world to ensure an optimal learning experience for all delegates.
Some programmes have application deadlines, as highlighted on the programme pages, for all other programmes the admissions committee will review applications on a rolling basis. Early application is strongly advised across all programmes.
The decision of the admissions committee is final. If successful, you will be emailed an offer and details of how to accept it. In order to secure your place, you will need to process your fees by the specified due date on your invoice.
Fee payments must be received within this time, otherwise your place will be made available to new applicants.
For offers made within 8 weeks of the course start date, immediate payment is required to guarantee your place. By accepting your offer, you also agree to our terms and conditions.
Once notified that your place is confirmed you can begin making plans for your time at LSE. Pre-course reading materials (if any) will be made available to confirmed participants from two weeks prior to the start of each course.
If you are having any difficulty with your online application, please phone the office directly and a member of our team can assist you with your application