Executive Education Courses are taught to the School's high standard and are therefore academically rigorous. Participants are expected to be fluent in English, with a good first degree in a relevant subject.
As an executive programme, experience in the workplace is a key requirement. Most of our participants have more than 10 years' experience but we will consider fast-track candidates with a minimum of two years' professional experience. Additionally, some courses have specific prerequisites which are listed in the course description.
Requirements in brief
- Fluency in English
- Undergraduate degree
- Professional experience (see above)
- Demonstration of meeting course prerequisites where applicable (see course descriptions)
If you are interested in discussing your application, we have staff available to answer any of your questions, so please contact us.
As part of the application process you will be asked to provide a copy of your CV / résumé 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.
Applications are open all year-round.
Equality and diversity
Equality and diversity are central to the aims and objectives of LSE. The School actively promotes the involvement of all students and staff in all areas of School life and seeks to ensure that they are free from discrimination on the grounds of gender, race, social background, disability, religious or political belief, age and sexual orientation. At LSE we recognise that the elimination of discrimination is integral to ensuring the best possible service to students, staff and visitors to the School.