London School of Economics

London School of Economics and Political Science


Founded: 1895


Address: Chaucer House, White Hart Yard, London SE1 1NX



Specialising in social sciences, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is the UK’s most international university with over half of its students currently enrolled travelling from aboard. The London School of Economics also boasts the title of being part of the prestigious Russell Group, a group of 24 UK universities that produce more than two-thirds of the world-leading research produced in the UK.


Services for International Students

Advice and information are available to all international students, including help with assessment, examinations, ceremonies and financial support. As the student body of LSE is comprised of mainly international students, the on-campus staff are very experienced when dealing with all international enquiries.



All first-year students are guaranteed a place in university halls as long as they apply before the deadline. Assistance with searching for accommodation is available upon request.



London blends traditional British values and traditions with cultures from across the world, providing visitors to the city with a unique experience that they are unlikely to forget. London is home to several historic sites and places of interest, including the famous Tower of London, the London Eye, Big Ben, and Buckingham Palace, the residence of the Queen of England.



More than 30 past or present heads of state and politicians have either been students at or taught at, the University, as have 16 Nobel Prize winners in economics and literature.

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