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About our Economics, Management, Finance and Social Science (EMFSS) degrees and diplomas

The academic direction is from LSE, which meant I was getting a world class degree. It really gives me an edge over others.
Hiruni Abeywickrama, BSc Economics and Management, Sri Lanka

LSE offers academic direction and support on several types of University of London Programmes:

Bachelor of Science (Bsc) Degree Programmes

More information about each programme on can be found below.

Accounting, Banking and Finance
BSc Accounting and Finance 
BSc Banking and Finance

Business and Management programmes
BSc Business and Management 
BSc Management and Digital Innovation

Data Science 
BSc Data Science and Business Analytics 

Development programmes
BSc Development and Economics 
BSc International Development

Economics programmes
BSc Economics 
BSc Economics and Finance 
BSc Economics and Management 
BSc Economics and Politics 
BSc Mathematics and Economics

Social Science programmes
BSc International Relations 
BSc Politics and International Relations

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Graduate Diplomas

Diplomas for Graduates in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences enable you to extend either the depth or range of your previous undergraduate study. The Diploma for Graduates can be completed in a minimum of one year.

More information about each programme on can be found below.

Business Analytics 
Data Science 
Digital Innovation
E-Business and Social Media 
International Development 

Entry routes:

  • Standard entry route (BSc degree, 12 courses)
    Bsc degrees consist of 12 individual courses which can be completed within three and eight years when taken through the Standard entry route
  • Graduate entry route (BSc degree, 9 courses)
    Graduates of any discipline can follow a shorter programme, consisting of 9 individual courses

Additional entry routes to degree programmes
Find out more about the Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences (CHESS) and University of London International Foundation Programme on


Degrees are awarded with the following classifications:
First Class Honours, Second Class Honours (divided into Upper Division and Lower Division), Third Class Honours.


LSE provide academic direction for these courses, however students studying University of London Programmes are registered with the University of London and awarded a University of London degree on successful completion of their studies.