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The London School of Economics and Political Sciences is one of the most reputed and well-known educational institutions in the world. Founded in 1895, the motto of the university is “Rerum cognoscere causas” which, in Latin, means; “To know the causes of things.”

The following are some very interesting facts about LSE.

They teach more than economics

Despite its name, the LSE(London School of Economics) has many courses apart from economics, such as media, statistics, philosophy, and history. It has 24 academic departments and 20 research centres. Needless to say, the university’s main courses are related to economics.

Where leaders were created

Being an institution of international reputation, LSE’s pool of alumni includes world-famous personalities such as BR Ambedkar (Chairman of the drafting committee of the Indian Constitution), Lt. Najeeb Jung (current Lt. Governor of Delhi, India) and KR Narayan (the 10th president of India).

The massive library

LSE has a massive library. the British Library of Political and Economic Science, has more than 4 million print volumes, more than 60,000 online journals, and 29,000 electronic books. Every day, nearly 7500 people visit the library.

British Library of Political and Economic Science

Summer school –

LSE(London School of Economics) also organizes summer school every year. Each year, students from 115 countries visit the LSE campus to attend summer school and get credits for the courses they have studied.

18 Nobel Prizes

18 alumni of the London School of Economics have received Nobel Prizes since 1925. Of the 18, 13 received the prize in economics.

One campus, 100 languages

You can imagine the diversity of LSE(London School of Economics) when you come to know the fact that more than 100 languages are spoken at the LSE campus. LSE also has a network of over 160,000 alumni from 190 countries.

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  1. Prof. K.Madhubabu Reply

    I want to visit this prestigious LSE. Let me know the conference schedule to participate.
    With regards.
    Madhubabu. K

  2. Good morning,
    I would really like to know what is the best way to apply to LSE. Not too long ago i came across the university by chance and since then I felt positive that it was the right place for me, hence could you help me explain the application process and maybe also help me choose what is the better suited undergraduate course for me.

    Thank you for reading,


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