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LSE Campus Tour
Discover LSE’s central London campus.
Would you succeed at LSE?
LSE academics discuss what makes an ideal LSE student, and how LSE is a challenging but rewarding environment.
How to apply for graduate study
LSE staff give advice on how to apply for graduate study.
How to apply for undergraduate study
LSE staff give advice on how to apply for undergraduate study.
MSc Development Studies at LSE
Professor James Putzel provides an overview of the MSc Development Studies programme offered by the Department of International Development at LSE. To find out more and apply, visit http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalDevelopment/study/Study.aspx.
Aspects of International Relations: International Political Economy
Featuring academics from the International Relations Department at the LSE, ‘Aspects of IR: International Political Economy’ is a short film about the study of international political economy, particularly at the LSE. The film looks at what we study, and why, and also at the major themes in IPE, such as the financial crisis, climate change and globalisation of markets. It debates how IPE fits into IR, and the rewards and value of studying IPE. Contributors: Dr Julia Gray, Dr James Morrison, Dr Stephen Woolcock For further information please visit: http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalRelations
LSE Research: The Moral Structure of Legal Systems, pt. 2
Part II of The Moral Structure of Legal Systems concerns a peculiar correlation: tyrannical regimes nearly always possess chaotic legal systems. Dr Kristen Rundle asks: Why? One of the characteristic features of tyrannical regimes is their chaotic legal system. For Dr Rundle, this isn't just a case of poor legal housekeeping. The systemic disorder typically exhibited by the legal systems of despotic and transitional states occurs precisely because tyrants require forms of power that are incompatible with law. Chaos works in the tyrant's favour. Impose a legal code that is transparent, consistent, and which does not permit retroactivity -- impose, in other words, a legal system recognisably distinct from arbitrary commands -- and the tyrant finds his urge to wield absolute power has been tied up. Hence the so-called "rule-of-law" is the idea that we owe our obedience to the law, not the lawgiver. Such a system doesn't prescribe perfect justice, of course. But it does, crucially, impose constraints on the ambitions of the would-be tyrannical dictator.
LSE Residential Life: arriving to an LSE hall of residence
Watch this film to prepare for your arrival to an LSE hall of residence. For more information: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool/accommodation/Home.aspx http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/LSEServices/residentialServices/Home.aspx
International Relations: An Introduction
Featuring academics from the International Relations Department at the LSE, ‘International Relations: an introduction’ is a 10-minute film about the study of international relations, particularly at the LSE. The film looks at what we study, and why, and also at major themes and how to approach them, and debates Star Trek and whether there will ever be world peace.
A day in the life of an LSE student
Second year Anthropology student Hannah Cottrell shows us what a typical day is like for her at LSE.
What is systemic risk?
What is systemic risk? Contributors: Jean-Pierre Zigrand, Jon Danielsson
LSE MSc Finance and Economics – The Programme
Students on the MSc Finance and Economics at LSE discuss their experience of the programme. Contributors: Hafsteinn Hauksson, Thomas Elcock, Alexandre Chomette, Henri Bouxin, Jinjin He, Sinem Demircioglu
Chevening scholars at LSE
LSE Chevening scholars discuss their scholarship and life at LSE.
Why Study at LSE
LSE students and staff explain why prospective undergraduate and graduate students should consider studying at the School. Study at LSE - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/study/
LSE Research: A New Approach To Child Protection
Inspired by the findings of air crash investigations, Professor Munro explains the need for a new "systems approach" to rectifying the failings of the child protection agencies... Baby P, Victoria Climbié the names have become symbolic of the failures of the child protection agencies. Professor Eileen Munro, a former social worker herself and now an expert on child protection reform, believes that more attention needs to be given to the system, rather than just the individuals, that allowed these tragedies to occur. In this short film, she explains that only allocating blame to individual social workers and managers can leave the impression that the problem has been successfully fixed. But if the problem is systemic, then merely punishing and removing the culpable individuals simply sets the stage for the next case to occur. As Professor Munro says, Human error is where you should begin to ask questions rather than where you should stop. Inspired by improved air safety procedures, she explains that the aim should be to design systems that work with the limits of human reasoning, and make it easier for people to the right thing and harder for them to do the wrong thing.
Life in London: what LSE students can enjoy in London
LSE students discuss the benefits of living in London.
MSc International Relations introductory video
In this short video MSc IR Programme Director Dr Katerina Dalacoura answers the following questions: What is international relations? How does the IR programme differ from others in the department and the School? What specific subjects are covered in the core course and options? What kinds of backgrounds do students on the course have? What kind of jobs do they get? For full details of the MSc IR degree programme please visit http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalRelations/programmesofstudy/MScIR.aspx
LSE 2017
LSE was founded with the aim of understanding the causes of things and for the betterment of society. This ideal is still at the heart of LSE and we know whatever new challenges 2017 brings, our students will be prepared for bright futures in world-changing roles.
Student accommodation at LSE
Find out more about LSE accommodation. For further information please see: http://www.lse.ac.uk/lifeAtLSE/accommodation/forStudents/home.aspx
Adam Greenfield: Dumbing down the smart city
Does the smart city concept put technology ahead of people, ignoring the very things that make us human? Adam Greenfield, Senior Urban Fellow in LSE Cities, discusses the growing public scepticism around claims that intelligent operating systems and data analytics are the key to our future.
Gearty Grilling: Alex Voorhoeve on why we need philosophers
Alex Voorhoeve, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, discusses why we need philosophers to help us question our intuitive moral judgements.
LSE Summer School – The student perspective
Students from across the globe share their experience of spending a summer in London with LSE Summer School. Contributors: 2015 LSE Summer School students For further information about LSE Summer School please visit: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool/
The US Elections Explained: The Transition of Power
Dr Derek Valles from the US Centre looks at power transitions between presidents of the United States. He also considers the challenges facing the president-elect in the coming months.
LSE Philosophy: MSc in Economics and Philosophy
Alex Voorhoeve outlines the Master's course in Economics and Philosophy at LSE. For more information, visit: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/philosophy/Study/mastersProgrammes/PhilosophyEconomics.aspx
MSc International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies (IDHE) at LSE
Dr Stuart Gordon provides an overview of the MSc International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies (IDHE) programme offered by the Department of International Development at LSE. To find out more and apply, visit http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalDevelopment/study/Study.aspx.
Welcome to your Library
LSE Library welcomes all students to your Library. This video provides a quick guide of the available services and a visual guide of the building.
MSc Finance and Economics
LSE academics present an overview of the Masters in Finance and Economics programme. Contributors: Dr Jean-Pierre Zigrand, Professor David Webb, Dr Christian Julliard The MSc Finance and Economics programme is a specialist, interdisciplinary degree based in the Department of Finance, and taught in conjunction with the Department of Economics, one of the top-rated Economics Departments globally. Drawing on the strengths of these highly respected academic Departments, the programme, now over fifteen years old, has established itself as one the most highly regarded and sought after specialist finance degrees in the world. This programme offers exceptional graduates from quantitative disciplines the opportunity to develop their understanding of financial economics, financial econometrics and microeconomics to a very high level. The tools, techniques and deep understanding that students take from the courses are directly applicable to a wide range of leading financial and other careers. Masters in Finance and Economics - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/finance/prospectiveStudents/mscFinanceEconomics/ Department of Finance - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/finance/ Prospective Students - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/finance/prospectiveStudents/
BA Geography at LSE
Dr Romola Sanyal of the Department of Geography and Environment gives an overview of the BA Geography degree at LSE, and discusses why LSE is the ideal setting for anyone who is interested in human geography, urban studies, development, and climate change. Contributor: Dr Romola Sanyal For further information please see http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/DegreeProgrammes2016/geography/L702_BA_Geog.aspx http://www.lse.ac.uk/geographyAndEnvironment/Study/undergraduateProgrammes/BAGeography/BAgeography.aspx
LSE Events | Alain de Botton | The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work
Speaker: Alain de Botton This event was recorded on 26 November 2009 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House This talk will raise a host of questions about the meaning and purpose of work - in particular investigating the effects of industrialisation and modernisation on the individual worker. Alain de Botton is a philosopher, author and entrepreneur.
MSc Environmental Economics and Climate Change at LSE
Dr Ben Groom of the LSE Department of Geography and Environment introduces the MSc Environmental Economics and Climate Change degree programme. For more information please visit: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/taughtProgrammes2015/MScEnvironmentalEconomicsAndClimateChange.aspx
American Decline: Global Power in the 21st Century
Ahead of the LSE North America Forum in New York City, LSE Professors Michael Cox, Danny Quah, and Peter Trubowitz discuss the future of American power in the changing world order. For more information on the LSE Global Forum, see: alumni.lse.ac.uk/GlobalForumNY
LSE Summer School — A world-class experience
Hear from students and faculty as they share their experience being a part of Europe’s largest Summer School; situated right in the heart of London, England. Study at a world-class university that is routinely ranked as one of the best in the world. More than 70 intensive LSE courses are available throughout the summer. For more information, visit our website: www.lse.ac.uk/summer-school
LSE Research | How new London villages can help solve the housing crisis
New research published by LSE and the Berkeley Group explores how urban villages could help address the capital’s housing crisis. The report, called ‘New London Villages’, identifies six characteristics of a real urban village. These include being a place that is unique, mixed, locally driven and designed for social interaction. The authors then tested Kidbrooke Village in the Royal Borough of Greenwich against them and made a series of recommendations for all new major developments in London. For further information please see the press release: http://www.lse.ac.uk/newsAndMedia/news/archives/2016/07/HowLondonVillagesCanHelpSolveTheHousingCrisis.aspx
MSc Finance (Full-time)
LSE Department of Finance academics and students present an overview of the Masters in Finance (Full-time) programme. Contributors: Professor Daniel Ferreira, Professor Christopher Polk, Professor Dmitri Vayanos, Dr Vicente Cunat, Dr Ulf Axelson, Dr Michela Verardo, Dr Jean-Pierre Zigrand, Dr Andrea Vedolin, Dr Philippe Mueller The MSc Finance (Full-time) Programme is one of the world's leading generalist finance Master's degrees, ideal for those whose career objectives lie broadly within the financial services sector. It offers high level graduates, whose backgrounds may not necessarily be in finance, a unique opportunity to gain a comprehensive foundation and subsequent depth in the field. Being one of the most sought after degrees at LSE, the programme attracts some of the very best students from leading institutions from around the world. It has also built a strong reputation amongst employers, with alumni now working in a diversity of institutions including many leading investment banks, financial institutions, consultancies and boutique firms. Masters in Finance - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/finance/prospectiveStudents/mscFinanceFT/ Department of Finance - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/finance/ Prospective Students - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/finance/prospectiveStudents/
A Day in the Life of an LSE Student
Speaker(s): Cleo Pearson Recorded on 2 May 2013. Third year Geography student Cleo Pearson shows us what a typical day is like for her at LSE.
LSE Student Video diary: Jack’s Welcome week experience
Jack is one of our undergraduate video diarists this year. He tells us about his welcome week experience including moving into Carr-Saunders Hall. Music by Edleigh: https://soundcloud.com/edleighcorndog Contributor: Jack Siggs
LSE Philosophy: MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy
Luc Bovens outlines what MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy involves. To learn more about this course, visit: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/philosophy/study/mastersProgrammes/PhilosophyAndPublicPolicy.aspx
Gearty Grilling: Lilie Chouliaraki on Media Ethics & Humanitarianism
Professor Lilie Chouliaraki discusses the moral implications of the use of celebrities by humanitarian organisations.
LSE’s Graduating Class of 2017
A few of LSE’s 2017 graduates share their stories, reflecting on how they’ve changed over the last three years and looking ahead to the future.
Studying Anthropology at LSE: an introduction
This film has been made to share a sense of the unique intellectual and social world of LSE's Anthropology Department. With its long and distinguished history, it remains a leading centre for innovative research and teaching. We are committed to both maintaining and renewing the core of the discipline, and our teaching and training is recognised as outstanding. For more information: http://www.lse.ac.uk/anthropology/home.aspx Contributors: Katherine Ajibade, Catherine Allerton, Richard Duffy, The Funktionalists, Katy Gardner, David Graeber, Tom Hinrichsen, Annaliese Milano, Alpa Shah, Alexander Spalding, Harry Walker.
LSE Sociology: An Introduction
Featuring academics from the Department of Sociology at the LSE, ‘Sociology: An Introduction’ is a 5-minute film about the study of sociology, particularly at the LSE. The film looks at what sociology is, how we ‘do’ sociology, and why the discipline is especially important today. For further information please see: http://www.lse.ac.uk/sociology/
MSc Management and Strategy – Your Career
Our faculty and students share their insights into the short- and long-term career benefits provided by the MSc Management and Strategy. To find out more and apply, visit lse.ac.uk/management
MSc Development Management at LSE
Professor Jean-Paul Faguet provides an overview of the MSc Development Management programme offered by the Department of International Development, LSE. To find out more and apply, visit http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalDevelopment/study/Study.aspx.
Department of Law
A short film highlighting the opportunities available to prospective students of the LSE Department of Law, including the LLB programme, Pro Bono, Mooting, and LSE 100. LSE Department of Law - http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/ Study at LSE - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/study/
Executive LLM at LSE
Executive LLM at LSE Released on 11 May 2012 Contributors: Professor David Kershaw, Professor Conor Gearty, Professor Niamh Moloney, Dr Kristen Rundle, Ms Elina Zlatanska This film has been produced to promote the new Executive Master of Laws Programme being offered by the Law Department at the London School of Economics and Political Science. The Executive LLM programme is a part-time degree for working professionals and the first modules will be offered in December 2013. Further information on ELLM - http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/programmes/ellm/welcome.htm LSE Department of Law - http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/
MSc Diplomacy and International Strategy
Faculty and participants discuss the Executive Masters programme in Diplomacy and International Affairs. Course Page - http://www.lse.ac.uk/IDEAS/teaching/ExecutiveProgramme/home.aspx
Cornelis Heere, PhD in International History, 2nd year
Meet our students and hear what they have to say about their LSE experience and our degrees in the Department of International History. Apply to this degree now! Visit the Department of International History's website for more information about this programme and how to apply: http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalHistory/degrees/homeDegrees.aspx
2015 at LSE - A Year in Review
This film celebrates LSE in 2015. 2015 was a great year to be ‪#‎partofLSE‬. What does 2016 hold for all of us?
MSc Marketing – Your Career
Our faculty share their insights into the career benefits provided by the MSc Marketing programme.
International Political Economy: research clusters in the Department of IR at LSE
Research at the International Relations Department at LSE is divided into four targeted research areas. Featuring academics and PhD candidates, this film looks at the issues and the analysis of relationships between states and markets in a global context, and at how historical and contemporary questions are addressed with an array of different theoretical and methodological approaches.

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