The London School of Economics and Political Science
London, United Kingdom
The Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is unique in its teaching and research of management through our concentration on the social, political and economic sciences by world-leading academics. Located in the heart of London, it draws talent from all backgrounds and over 100 countries to our community of staff, students, alumni, corporate and social partners. Committed to academic rigour and evidence-based education, its mission is to inform and inspire better management in practice by challenging and extending the understanding of people, teams, organisations and markets, and the economic, psychological, social, political and technological contexts in which they operate worldwide. Founded in 1895, LSE continues to use its convening power to bring together global leaders, innovators and social scientists for the betterment of society. It continues this tradition by engaging with people and organisations worldwide, across the private, public, and third sectors, who are motivated to improve the world through better understanding and practice of management.
Houghton Street, London, United Kingdom
Carlos (Fall 2013): Much more theoretical than Nova
João (Fall 2012): Broad range of topics including Economics, Management, Politics
Carlos (Fall 2013): Can really vary depending on the courses
João (Fall 2012): Very light, essay based assessment
Carlos (Fall 2013): Couldn’t be more central
João (Fall 2012): London, obviously is great!
Carlos (Fall 2013): Their whole class went on exchange during the fall term so we were all exchange students, we made it happen
João (Fall 2012): Had the luck of having a great class
Carlos (Fall 2013): Expensive and it can be tricky to find short-term accommodation, though flatshares and sublets are always an option
João (Fall 2012): Not easy, a few people get a place in LSE dorms, otherwise is expensive to rent a place for only 4 months
PRIce of one beer
Carlos (Fall 2013): Budget for 10,000€ for one term. A pint of beer in a pub will cost 6 euros.
João (Fall 2012): Expensive, a pint minimum 6€
Carlos (Fall 2013)
João (Fall 2012)
Great brand name and right in the centre of London
Incredible experience, but expensive!