The LSE campus is located in
the heart of one of the world's greatest capital cities, with many places of
interest within easy walking distance. It is surrounded by a number of important institutions including theRoyal
Courts of Justice,Lincoln's Inn,Royal
College of Surgeons,Sir John Soane's Museum,British
Museum, London'sTheatrelandand the shops ofCovent
End. It lies near The City of London financial
district and the Houses of Parliament.The entire campus has undergone an
extensive refurbishment project and a major fund-raising "Campaign for
LSE" raised over £100 million in what was one of the largest university
fund-raising exercises outside North America.
List of various courses available in the LSE are
- BSc Accounting and Finance
- BSc Actuarial Science
- BA Anthropology and Law
- BA Social Anthropology
- BSc Social Anthropology
- BSc Business Mathematics and Statistics
- BSc Economic History
- BSc Economic History with Economics
- BSc Economics and Economic History
- BSc Economics
- BSc Economics with Economic History
- Bsc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics
- BSc Environment and Development
- BSc Environmental Policy with Economics
- BSc Finance
- BA Geography
- BSc Geography with Economics
- BSc Government
- BSc Government and Economics
- BSc Government and History
- BA History
- BSc International Relations and History
- BSc International Relations
- LLB Bachelor of Laws
- BSc Management
- BSc Mathematics and Economics
- BSc Mathematics with Economics
- BSc Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
- BSc Philosophy and Economics
- BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics
- BSc Politics and International Relations
- BSc Politics and Philosophy
- BSc Social Policy
- BSc Social Policy and Economics
- BSc Social Policy with Government
- BSc Social Policy and Sociology
- BSc Sociology
- BSc Statistics with Finance
The LSE residential services office allocates over 4000 places across 17 locations in the centre of London. This gives you unique access to a broad variety of student rooms that suit different preferences, needs and budgets.
As a first year undergraduate or General Course student, LSE guarantees you an offer of accommodation, as long as you apply before the deadline. LSE give priority to students with disabilities.
LSE work in partnership with University of London (International Hall) and Zebra Housing Association to provide accommodation for students attending the LSE with families. The accommodation available for families is in limited supply, and it is subject to the current residents handing in their notices to leave, which they can do at 28 days notice. This means that accommodation can become available at any time during the academic year, and both Zebra Housing and the University of London manage waiting lists for their properties directly to take account of this.
1. Create your Hallpad accommodation system account. You need your LSE Student ID number from your offer letter.
2. Choose the ‘Family Application’ form. Complete your preferred residences and submit your choices together with your application.
3. You will receive an email from Residential Services which will invite you to apply to Zebra Housing or University of London directly, and providing you with details of how to do this. Separately, Residential Services will contact Zebra Housing and the University of London to confirm that you are an eligible LSE applicant for family housing.
4. Complete an application with Zebra Housing or the University of London following the steps that will be outlined to you in the email you receive from Residential Services.
5. You will need to wait for a decision from either Zebra Housing or the University of London. If they are able to make you an offer of accommodation, they will contact you directly to confirm all details including how to make a deposit payment and further information on the accommodation available.
To know the details regarding the tuition fees for the students of LSE clink on http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/students/moneyMatters/tableOfFees/2017-18-Fees-Table.pdf
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