In the Fourth segment of University Review Series, CES Director Mr. Sajid Amit outlines the beats of another respected university of the world.
The London School of Economimcs (LSE) is the UK’s powerhouse of Social Sciences, under the University of London. Much the “thing” worldwide as well, it has produced 25% of all the Nobel Lauretes in Economics.
Having the ability to contribute to the British political process, it is thereby not a shock that LSE’s alumni consist of 48 members of the current House of Lords, along with many in the House of commons too, LSE also educated the most number of billionaires according to a 2014 survey. Ranking over Oxford and Cambridge, LSE ranked 2nd in 2014 Research Excellence Framework in the UK.
A significant portion of the student body is international. The 70% representation is from 155 nationalities. Amongst them, South Asians form a considerable community thus being a target for students from this side.
Other than enjoying huge employability in UK, students also find access to astute world leading individuals through public lectures, seminars and networking events. These graduates also receive reputed LSE affiliations for further education all over the world.
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October 3: University Review: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)