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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 02/17/2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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Program Category: Non-UGA Type of Instruction: Lecture
Classes With: International Students, Local Students Language of Instruction: English
Housing Type: Dorm/Student Residence, Own Arrangements, Private Apartment, Shared Apartment Work Opportunity: No
Volunteer Opportunity: No Scholarship Availability: No
Academic Area: Accounting, Economics, Finance, International Affairs, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Real Estate, Risk Management and Insurance Open to non-UGA students: No
Program Description:

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London School of Economics Summer School

Spend your summer at a world-class institution
Courses taught during the Summer School are based on regular LSE undergraduate courses, and taught to the same standards by leading LSE faculty. Lecturers are experts in their chosen fields and committed to teaching with academic rigour and contemporary relevance. Our faculty are actively involved in academic research and many act as advisers and consultants to companies and Government bodies.
 
Study in one of the world's most exciting cities
London is one of the most exciting and culturally-diverse cities in the world. Being a part of LSE Summer School will give you the opportunity to study and live centrally in one of the leading global cities in the world.
 
While the main focus of your time at LSE will be your studies, you will also have the chance to relax with your fellow students outside of class. An organised social programme will give you a chance to see some of the sights of London. Some of the events held in 2014 included trips to the theatre and day-trips to Cambridge and Oxford.
 
Mix with students from all over the world
At LSE you will be given the chance to interact with students from a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures, both in and out of class. You will be exposed to a variety of insights and opinions, and form friendships and networks that span the globe. In 2014 we welcomed students from the top universities around the world, including Harvard, Yale, Bocconi, Copenhagen Business School, EDHEC and many more.
 
While the majority of our students are undergraduate students, we also welcome a large number of postgraduate students and professionals each year. In 2014, over 500 professionals from a variety of fields attended the Summer School. Each year we welcome groups from organisations such as the Bank of England, the European Commission, Dutch Ministry of Finance, Bank of Italy and the United Nations.

Gain credit towards your degree
Institutions all over the world grant credit for Summer School courses. While ultimately it is up to your home institution as to how much credit is awarded, generally our courses are awarded 3 credits in the US system and 7.5 ECTS in the European system. For details, speak to your Study Abroad advisor.

 

Program Contacts

LSE Summer School Office
Houghton Street
London
WC2A 2AE

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7955 7227
(Office hours 9.30am - 5.00pm)
summer.school@lse.ac.uk

Academic Program

LSE Summer School offers over 70 three-week courses taught by LSE’s world-renowned faculty. All courses take place on our campus in the heart of Central London.  The LSE Summer School has the world's largest intake of international study abroad undergraduates compared with other summer schools across the globe.  Visiting students are often able to transfer credit from LSE's rigorously assessed summer courses towards degrees at their home institution.

The Summer School curriculum is drawn from across the university, with courses being offered in subjects as diverse as Accounting, Finance, Economics, International Relations, Law, and Business and Management. 

For further information on what we will be offering in 2016, please see our course pages: http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool/courses/Home.aspx

2015 Program Itinerary

Summer School 2016. Now in its 28th year.
Session One: 20 Jun –8 July 2016 | Session Two: 11 - 29 July |

 

Housing and Meals

LSE Summer School students have the opportunity to book accommodation in LSE's halls of residence, where regular year students live whilst studying. The types of room and facilities available vary depending on the hall but all are within easy walking distance of campus.

It is only possible to apply for accommodation once a formal offer of a place at the Summer School has been made.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool/accommodation/Home.aspx

Program Costs

Students pay LSE Summer School tuition and student fees, not UGA tuition and fees.  Financial Aid such as HOPE, Zell Miller and student loans can be applied to the program.  See the financial aid section of GoAbroad.uga.edu for more information.
 
Please see the LSE Summer School Fees page for current costs. 
 
http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool/fees/Home.aspx

 



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