- London School of Economics
London School of Economics
LSE hija l-istituzzjoni xjenza soċjali ewlenija fid-dinja, ma 'ħafna mill-esperti ewlenin fid-dinja fl-oqsma tagħhom u l-qtugħ riċerka avvanzata.
L-Iskola toffri korsijiet mhux biss fl-ekonomija u x-xjenza politika, iżda wkoll fil-firxa wiesgħa ta 'suġġetti tax-xjenza soċjali, mgħallma fi 19 dipartimenti u numru ta 'istituti interdixxiplinarji.
programmi grad undergraduate:
(BSc / BA / LL.B.) – Ta 'tliet snin jew erba' snin programmi ta 'l-ewwel grad fil-firxa wiesgħa ta' suġġetti, joffru taħriġ intellettwali utli fl-approċċi differenti għall-mistoqsijiet soċjali.
programmi grad gradwati:
mgħallem: (Diploma / MSc / MA / MPA / LLM) - programmi ta 'sena jew sentejn. Ħafna taħlita esperjenza prattika bl-analiżi akkademika rigoruża sabiex iwessgħu l-għarfien ta 'prattikanti f'ċerti oqsma.
Riċerka: (MPhil / MRES / PhD) – Programmi li jipproduċu xjentisti soċjali professjonali, huma kapaċi sew fil-firxa ta 'tekniki xjenza soċjali u l-metodi, għarfien u fil-fond ta 'żona partikolari.
Università ta 'Programmi Internazzjonali Londra:
(programmi / Diploma BSc) – Studju permezz ta 'tagħlim mill-bogħod, bl-għajnuna ta 'gwidi suġġetti u materjali oħra pprovduti mill LSE.
Students from all over the world have been welcomed at LSE since the foundation of the School in 1895. At present there are over 150 pajjiżi rrappreżentati fuq il-kampus, jagħmlu LSE università unikament internazzjonali u kożmopolitana. LSE tagħtik l-opportunità li jistudjaw x-xjenzi soċjali minn perspettiva verament globali, imdawwar minn komunità kompletament internazzjonali.
As an international undergraduate student, you will be guaranteed accommodation in either an LSE or a University of London Hall of Residence, sakemm inti tapplika sa l-iskadenza ta ' 31 jista '. Sfortunatament aħna ma nistgħux niggarantixxu post għal kull student gradwat, although places are available in LSE halls and intercollegiate halls.
Hemm numru ta 'modi li bihom tista' ssir taf aktar dwar LSE. Kull sena aħna jkollu żewġ Open Days undergraduate. fl 2016 dawn se ssir f'April u f'Lulju.
Alternattivament, inti tista 'tingħaqad tour kampus, jew iwettqu awto-iggwidati tiegħek stess tour, u l-persunal huma aktar minn kuntenti li tirrispondi xi mistoqsijiet li għandek – sempliċiment twaqqaf mill-Istudenti Marketing u r-Reklutaġġ (6Floor th, torri Wieħed).
Jekk inti ma tistax tagħmel dan lilna personalment, inti tista 'tara Studju tagħna fuq videos LSE, jinqraw wieħed ta 'bloggers studenti tagħna, email ta 'alumi jew jissodisfaw wieħed mir-rappreżentanti tagħna meta huma jżuru żona lokali tiegħek.
skejjel / kulleġġi / dipartimenti / korsijiet / fakultajiet
|Department of Accounting||Department of Media and Communications|
|Dipartiment tal-Antropoloġija||Department of Methodology|
|Department of Economic History||Dipartiment tal-Filosofija, Logic and Scientific Method|
|Dipartiment tal-Ekonomija||Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science|
|Department of Finance||Department of Social Policy|
|Department of Geography and Environment||Dipartiment tas-Soċjoloġija|
|Department of Government||Department of Statistics|
|Department of International Development||European Institute|
|Department of International History||Gender Institute|
|Department of International Relations||International Inequalities Institute|
|Dipartiment tal-Liġi||Institute of Public Affairs|
|Department of Management||Ċentru lingwa|
|Department of Mathematics||Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship|
The London School of Economics was founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, initially funded by a bequest of £20,000 from the estate of Henry Hunt Hutchinson. Hutchinson, a lawyer and member of the Fabian Society, left the money in trust, to be put “towards advancing its objects in any way they deem advisable”. The five trustees were Sidney Webb, Edward Pease, Constance Hutchinson, William de Mattos and William Clark.
LSE records that the proposal to establish the school was conceived during a breakfast meeting on 4 awissu 1894, between the Webbs,Graham Wallas and George Bernard Shaw. The proposal was accepted by the trustees in February 1895 and LSE held its first classes in October of that year, in rooms at 9 John Street, Adelphi, in the City of Westminster.
The School joined the federal University of London in 1900, becoming the university’s Faculty of Economics and awarding degrees of the University from 1902. Expanding rapidly over the following years, the school moved initially to the nearby 10 Adelphi Terrace, then to Clare Market and Houghton Street. The foundation stone of the Old Building, on Houghton Street, was laid by King George V in 1920; the building was opened in 1922.
The 1930s economic debate between LSE and Cambridge is well known in academic circles. Rivalry between academic opinion at LSE and Cambridge goes back to the school’s roots when LSE’s Edwin Cannan (1861–1935), Professor of Economics, and Cambridge’s Professor of Political Economy, Alfred Marshall (1842–1924), the leading economist of the day, argued about the bedrock matter of economics and whether the subject should be considered as an organic whole. (Marshall disapproved of LSE’s separate listing of pure theory and its insistence on economic history.)
The dispute also concerned the question of the economist’s role, and whether this should be as a detached expert or a practical adviser. LSE and Cambridge lawyers and economists worked jointly in the 1920s—for example, the London and Cambridge Economic Service—but the 1930s brought a return to the dispute as LSE and Cambridge argued over the solution to the economic depression.
LSE’s Lionel Robbins and Friedrich Hayek, and Cambridge’s John Maynard Keynes were chief figures in the intellectual disagreement between the institutions. The controversy widened from deflation versus demand management as a solution to the economic problems of the day, to broader conceptions of economics and macroeconomics. Robbins and Hayek’s views were based on the Austrian School of Economics with its emphasis on free trade and anti-interventionism, while Keynes advanced a brand of economic theory now known as Keynesianism which advocates active policy responses by the public sector.
Matul it-Tieni Gwerra Dinjija, the School decamped from London to the University of Cambridge, occupying buildings belonging to Peterhouse.
The School’s arms, including its motto and beaver mascot, were adopted in February 1922, on the recommendation of a committee of twelve, including eight students, which was established to research the matter. The Latin motto, “Rerum cognoscere causas”, is taken from Virgil’s Georgics. Its English translation is “to Know the Causes of Things”and it was suggested by Professor Edwin Cannan. The beaver mascot was selected for its associations with “foresight, constructiveness and industrious behaviour”.
Commenting in 2001 on the rising status of the LSE, the British magazine The Economist stated that “two decades ago the LSE was still the poor relation of the University of London’s other colleges. issa… it regularly follows Oxford and Cambridge in league tables of research output and teaching quality and is at least as well-known abroad as Oxbridge”. According to the magazine, the School “owes its success to the single-minded, American-style exploitation of its brand name and political connections by the recent directors, particularly Mr Giddensand his predecessor, John Ashworth”, and raises money from foreigner students’ high fees, which are attracted by academic stars such asRichard Sennett.
riċentement, the School has been active in opposing British government proposals to introduce compulsory ID cards, researching into the associated costs of the scheme, and shifting public and government opinion on the issue. The institution is also popular with politicians and MPs to launch new policy, legislation and manifesto pledges, prominently with the launch of the Liberal Democrats Manifesto Conference under Nick Clegg on 12 jannar 2008.
In the early 2010s, its academics have been at the forefront of both national and international government consultations, reviews and policy, including representation on the UK Airports Commission, Independent Police Commission, Migration Advisory Committee, UN Advisory Board on Water and Sanitation,London Finance Commission, HS2 Limited, the UK government’s Infrastructure Commission and advising on Architecture and Urbanism for the London 2012 Olympics
It has ranked in the top four best global universities according to employers for the past five years. The vast majority of LSE students are engaged in employment or further study within six months of graduating and the School is listed first for employability in the 2012 Sunday Times Good University Guide. The most common sectors for LSE graduates to work in within six months of graduating are banking, finance and accountancy; iżvilupp, NGOs and international organisations; consultancy; edukazzjoni; and central and local government. Barra minn hekk, the average starting salary of graduates who have completed both undergraduate and graduate degrees with LSE is significantly higher than the overall national average salary with £28,100 (ggradwawx) and £35,400 (gradwati).
Craig Calhoun took up the post of Director in September 2012. Its previous Director, Judith Rees, is also chair of the school’s Grantham Institute on Climate Change, an adviser to the World Bank as well as sitting on the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Water and Sanitation and the International Scientific Advisory Council (ISAC). She is also a former Convenor of the Department of Geography and Environment, and served as Deputy Director from 1998–2004.
fl 2013, the Grimshaw International Relations Society, one of the oldest and most prestigious student organisations on campus, was caught in a furore over a BBC Panoramadocumentary on North Korea, filmed inside the repressive regime, which had been sanctioned by high-level DPRK officials. The ‘edutainment trip’ caused international media attention, as a BBC journalist was posing as a professor from LSE covertly.There was debate as to where this put the student’s lives in jeopardy in the repressive regime if a reporter had been exposed. The North Korea government made hostile threats towards the students and LSE, after the publicity, which forced an apology from the BBC.
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