LSE is the best place to study an executive degree

The LSE brand is world renowned and produces some of the most notable alumni in the world.
Executive Master's student

LSE offers a range of executive master's degrees for mid-career to senior level professionals, which cover a wide variety of subject areas and disciplines. The programmes benefit from the School's exceptional links with the outside world, both within the academic community and with organisations and policy practitioners.

We provide experienced working professionals in any industry with a unique combination of intellectual skills, networks and practical abilities. Degrees are available in a variety of flexible study options, allowing you to continue working whilst studying and to instantly begin applying your learning into the workplace. If you are looking to transition to the next step in your career this is an excellent way to do it.

The learning experience on our executive master’s degrees is enriched by the variety of work experience, academic backgrounds and international perspectives our students bring to the classroom, giving you the opportunity for extensive peer learning and collaboration. Our executive master’s are taught by a variety of world-class, full-time LSE faculty, who lead their field. This is augmented by senior practitioners and guest speakers bringing real-world application into the classroom. Our lecturers will engage, challenge and equip you with the latest knowledge and skills.

Each degree also has its own dedicated team of professional support staff to manage the programme. This dedicated team will support you throughout the degree and ensure that you get the most from your LSE experience.

With LSE’s cosmopolitan campus in the heart of London as your base, you will join the School’s prestigious tradition of academic debate and our thriving student community. There is always a huge range of activities and events to choose from while you are here, including our high profile public lecture and events series, as well as a taste of London as a global centre for culture, entertainment, history, industry and government.