Awarded with TEF Bronze, The London School of Economics and Political Science (UCAS Institution Code: L72) is acknowledged among the world’s best universities across a range of academic disciplines. Renowned for its leadership in social sciences and excellence in research and teaching, LSE ranks within the global top 10 degrees for the subjects in alphabetical order:
BSc Accounting & Finance (UCAS code NN34): You will develop core knowledge and skills in accounting and finance, an analytical approach to the economy, allocation of finance and regulating capital and information flow. 2018 League Table Ranking: 4th, Graduate Prospects: 80% and Overall Score: 99
BA/BSc Anthropology (UCAS code L601): Designed for imaginative& critical thinkers, this program is about using the insight anthropology, exploring the diversity of human experience, examining the influence of various systems on people’s beliefs, values, and practices. 2018 League Table Ranking: 3rd, Graduate Prospects: 75% and Overall Score: 98.4
BSc Economics (UCAS code L101): Economics at LSE is mathematically rigorous and you will learn to apply analytical methods to a diverse range of economic issues besides using formal modelling of economic relationships, and testing hypotheses against data from economists at the cutting edge of their field. 2018 League Table Ranking: 6th, Graduate Prospects: 86% and Overall Score: 95.7
BSc Environment and Development (UCAS code FK84): Taught by leading international experts, you will develop a critical understanding of processes of environmental change and gain the broader skills needed for environment and development policy and analysis. 2018 League Table Ranking: 7th, Graduate Prospects: 79 and Overall Score: 94.8
BSc International Relations and History(UCAS Code: VL12): A joint honours program with equal emphasis in each subject area provides you with an in-depth understanding of the complex unfolding of historical events with a theoretical perspective on the functioning of the international system. 2018 League Table Ranking: 7th, Graduate Prospects: 82% and Overall Score: 94.5
LLB Bachelor of Laws (UCAS code M100): Apart from the acquisition of a variety of intellectual skills, you will appreciate and understand the functions of law and legal system in the construction of policies and society to secure and promote justice and order. Ranking: 3rd, Graduate Prospects: 84% and Overall Score: 95.9
BSc Management (UCAS code N200): You will be prepared for a career in areas of business, banking, general management, accountancy, management consulting and marketing and gain logical and quantitative reasoning to understand a number of issues in international as well as the local environment. 2018 League Table Ranking: 4th, Graduate Prospects: 90% and Overall Score: 94
BSc Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method (UCAS code V503): Offering a wide choice of courses from among the Department’s specialism, this degree prepares you for deep careful thinking, critical analysis and persuasive writing to address, many challenging fields, including ethics, politics and scientific methodology. Ranking: 4th, Graduate Prospects: 80% and Overall Score: 97.2
BSc Politics and International Relations (UCAS Code: L290): This degree encompasses a broad spectrum of activities relating to public affairs, from elections and bureaucracies to wars and terrorism. It provides the analytical approach to the ways in which individuals or groups define as well as interpret political issues and seek to shape government decisions. Ranking: 2nd, Graduate Prospects: 80% and Overall Score: 95.8
BSc Social Policy (UCAS Code L400): This program aims to provide a thorough understanding of how policies are formulated and implemented in industrialized societies, transition economies, and the developing world. You will study a broad range of fields from social, economic and political standpoints.
Ranking: 3rd, Graduate Prospects: 65% and Overall Score: 96.2
Duration for Undergraduate degree: 3 years, full time
Usual Standard Offer: A level, A A A
Overseas Fees: £18,408 for an academic year
2018 League Table Ranking: 4th
Alumni include 16 Nobel Prize winners in economics, peace, and literature.
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