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SummerSchool2019

World Class CityWorld Class CoursesWorld Class ExperienceSummerSchool2019Session One17 June – 5 July 2019Session Two8 July – 26 July 2019Session Three29 July – 16 August 2019

“ Summer Schoolcourses will give youan insight into leadingedge thinking in eachdiscipline, and inviteyou to reflect on the bigissues of the day.”Professor Christopher Pissarides2010 Nobel Laureate in Economics

32 Lincoln’s Inn Field opened in January 2013 as the new home of the LSE’s flagshipDepartment of Economics. This development is part of an ongoing commitment toinvesting in the LSE’s unique central London campus.

London’s topUniversityAs ranked by the Complete University Guide 2018

About LSEWelcome toSummer SchoolThe LSE’s SummerSchool is the most wellestablished and thelargest of its kind in thewhole of Europe, withover 105 academicallyrigorous courses on offer.The Programme’s aim is to challenge and inspireyou through engagement with its world-class LSEfaculty, whilst introducing you to new life-longfriends from all over the world.4We invite you to experience all that LSE has to offer,including; top flight teaching, modern academicfacilities; London’s most centrally located studentaccommodation; and the cultural highlights that areunique to this iconic capital city.Enhance your education with the LSE this summer;a world-class institution for the social sciences.LSE Summer School 20191989100enrolments across10courses2018Over8,150enrolments across105courses

About LSELSE was founded in1895and has grown tobecome one of theforemost socialscience universitiesin the world.18NOBEL PRIZEWINNERSAND36WORLDLEADERSpast and presenthave taught orstudied at LSE5Juan Manuel SantosWinner of the Nobel Prize forPeace and former Presidentof Colombia, studied MScEconomics at LSE.LSE Summer School 2019

“ L SE Summer School is soprestigious and the facultyhave such deep knowledge.Coming here will open up somany opportunities for mein my career.”Hoi Yiu Ko,University of California, Berkeley, USAMG250: Management and Economics of E-Business

Our StudentsOur StudentsAverage ageof students2124-2987%9% 4%30 andoverunder 7%Professionals, e.g.Government departmentsNational banksEuropean CommissionThe Bank of EnglandBank of Italy137How many full timeLSE academics teach onSummer School16%Percentage of studentswho attend twosessions or moreTop 30 worldwide universities attending in 2018 (by enrolment)Yale University, USAUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USAUniversity of Virginia, USAUniversity College London, UKNortheastern University, USAUniversity of California, Berkeley, USAThe University of Sydney, AustraliaKing’s College, UKUniversity of New South Wales, AustraliaDeakin University, AustraliaThe University of Melbourne, AustraliaUniversita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, ItalyCatholic University of Milan, ItalyUniversity of Nottingham, Ningbo, ChinaVanderbilt University, USAUniversity of California, Los Angeles, USALibera Universita Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS), ItalyUniversity of Texas at Austin, USAUniversity of Queensland, AustraliaComillas Pontifical University, USACopenhagen Business School, DenmarkUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USAUniversity of Copenhagen, DenmarkNorthwestern University, USAGeorgetown University, USABucknell University, USAMonash University, AustraliaUniversity of Hong Kong, ChinaSouth China University of Technology, ChinaIndiana University Bloomington, USA7LSE Summer School 2019

Professional Skills ProgrammeProfessional skillsprogrammeEnhance your future prospectswith our range of careers andprofessional skills workshops.CareersadviceCoding and lls8EntrepreneurshipskillsCV sessionsMindfulnessWell beingdrop-insLSE Summer School 2019

Professional Skills Programme@chloe.a.reid“ Everyone is lookingto make friends, I’vemade so many newconnections with peoplefrom all over the world.”@chloe.a.reidYue Zhang,Beijing Foreign Studies University, BeijingEC212: Introduction to Econometrics@juliaemc@sheldon zhong@simonxhi9@ lynn 18@luc victorYour #LSESummerLSE Summer School 2019

Social ProgrammeSocialProgrammeOur social programmewill help you to get toknow your fellow SummerSchool students, whilstbuilding new networksand life-long friendships.#BoatpartyWelcome receptionwith facultyLSE OpenLectures#BoatpartyWalking toursof LondonTrips to Oxford,Cambridge,Stonehengeand Bath10#Boatparty #TowerBridgeRunning clubLeaving partyThames RiverBoat PartyLSE Summer School 2019@eshanshenolikar

Social S2#LeavingPartyS2#Boatparty #RiverThames@m.j.sutton #BuckinghamPalaceLSE Summer School 201911

117 nationalitiesrepresented2018 student enrolment data

International Programme“ Great classes, greatprofessors. You get tolearn from the course andalso from the city itself”Name: Paulina HalleyCountry Of Origin: USAA TRULYINTERNATIONALPROGRAMME“ Studying at LSE has enabledme to take courses thataren’t available in my homeinstitution. They’re also highlyrelevant to my future career.”14Name: Jakub MadejCountry Of Origin: PolandLSE Summer School 2019

International Programme“ My course includesprofessionals as well asstudents. They bring areal world perspectivewhich has been reallyfascinating.”Name: Keito MizunoCountry Of Origin: JapanTHAT OPENSUP YOURWORLD“ The diversity of studentshas led to so manyinteresting discussionsand debates.”15Name: Alessandra HuamaniCountry Of Origin: USALSE Summer School 2019

London LifeLondon LifeYour opportunityto live in the heartof London.16You will have access tosome of London’s mostcentrally located studentaccommodation. Prices startfrom 45 per night includingbreakfast. Many rooms arewithin walking distance ofthe unther #LondonEyeLSE Summer School 2019

London Life“ I’ve enjoyed exploring London.I’ve seen so many plays, thediversity and culture I’ve beenexposed to is fantastic.”Taylor Ball, Queen’s University, CanadaMG103: Consumer Behaviour: BehaviouralFundamentals for Marketing and ManagementAs one of the world’sgreat cities, London has alot to offer, and as an LSESummer School studentyou will be well situatedto experience the best ofits cultural highlights.@nicholastyoung tLSE Summer School 2019

London LifeBeautiful greenspacesThe capital is home to eightbeautiful Royal Parks andhundreds of public squares,including London’s largest,Lincoln’s Inn Field situated rightby the LSE.#LondonZooThe BritishMuseumFree attractionsLondon is home to some of thebest museums and galleries in theworld – many of which are lyCircusSt James’sPark18BuckinghamPalaceHouses ofParliamentWestminsterAbbeyLSE Summer School 2019@mirvasilisa #BigBen

London LifeA sense of historyLondon’s rich history is easilyexplored from the LSE campus, withmany areas of historic significancewithin walking distance.@idagramThe CityIconic skylineLondon’s famous skyline continuesto evolve, the most recent additionbeing the striking Shard building.St Paul’sCathedralTower ofLondonRiver ThamesTheShardTateModern19There’s always something newIt doesn’t matter how many times you visit, you’ve neverseen it all. From a pop-up burger joint in East London to ablockbuster exhibition at one of London’s galleries.#TowerbridgeImperialWar MuseumLSE Summer School 2019

137 full timeLSE academicsteach on theSummer School2018 Summer School data

“ I’ve met so many newpeople and experienced atotally different way oflearning.”Simon Riggelsen,University of California, San Diego, USAMG220: Corporate and Organisational Strategy

Academic InformationAcademicInformationOur summer scheduleOver 105 courses are available; all ofwhich are taught and examined toLSE’s rigorous academic standards.16%of our studentsattend at leastThe LSE has remodelled its academic yearto improve students’ teaching and learningexperience. Summer School can now offerstudents a broader choice of dates and coursesacross three sessions. Some of our most popularcourses now run more than once to givestudents more flexibility.S1Session one17 June – 5 July 2019S2Session two8 July – 26 July 2019S3Session three29 July – 16 August 20192 SESSIONS23LSE Summer School 2019

Academic InformationWhich course isright for you?100 levelcourses200 levelcourses300 levelcoursesNo specificprerequisites in theirown subject, butmay require somemathematics or otherrelated subjects. Theminimum requirementfor taking these coursesis to have an offer of aplace at university, butadditional evidence ofacademic ability mayalso be required.Equivalent tointermediate leveluniversity courses. Theyhave prerequisites in theform of university levelintroductory courses inthe same, or a closelyrelated subject.Are advancedand equivalent toeither final yearundergraduate or firstyear graduate courses.They have prerequisitesof university levelintermediate courses.Is English yoursecond language?24Applicants are expected to be proficient in the use ofEnglish.Those who have had previous university level instruction in English, or live in a country where Englishis a main language, need not submit a proficiency certificate.Alternatively you will need;Minimum TOEFL score of 263 (computer-based test), or 107 (Internet test)IELTS 7.0 or their equivalent (e.g. the Cambridge Advanced or CPE Certificate)LSE Summer School 2019

Academic InformationCourse factsEntry requirementsAcademic DirectorGrades: Minimum GPA 3.3/ B Prerequisites: 200, and 300 level courses will haveconditions of entry. Please check online for details.Fees: Check online for latest fees atlse.ac.uk/summerschoolStudy hoursDuration: Three weeks (students can study for up tonine weeks if they attend three sessions).Faculty contact time: A minimum of 54hours; Lectures: 36 hours; Classes: 18 hours.(Some course schedules vary)Recommended self-study: 2-3 hours per dayCredit and assessmentCredit: Generally our courses receive three or fourcredits in the US system, or 7.5 ECTS in the Europeansystem. Please check with your home institution.Assessment: Two written exams, or a finalexam and assessed work.*Course equivalence: Each course isbroadly equivalent to one semester from anundergraduate degree.Professor Paul KellySummer SchoolAcademic Director,Department of GovernmentProfessor Kelly is the Academic Director ofLSE Summer School. He has an MA fromthe University of York and a PhD from theUniversity of London, and held positions atthe University of Chicago Law School andUniversity College London before joiningLSE. His research interests are in Britishpolitical theory, liberal political philosophy,multiculturalism, group rights and nationalidentify and theories of social justice.“ LSE Summer School offersa broad set of coursesacross a variety of differentdisciplines, taught by leadingscholars in their fields.”Professor Paul Kelly* Whilst examinations are not compulsory, they are encouraged andmay be necessary for students requiring credit.LSE Summer School 201925

Academic InformationAccountingBusiness andManagement100 LEVEL100 LEVELAC101: Managerial Accounting andFinancial ControlMG101: MarketingAC110: Principles of AccountingMG103: Consumer Behaviour:Behavioural Fundamentals forMarketing and ManagementMG105: Social Innovation andEntrepreneurship200 LEVELAC201: Performance Measurement forDecision-MakingAC210: Corporate Financial Reportingand CommunicationAC215: Business Analysis and ValuationMG106: Strategic ManagementMG110: The Science and Art of DecisionMakingMG130: Organisational BehaviourMG133: Foundations of ManagementMG190: Human Resource Management andEmployment Relations200 LEVELMG202: Open InnovationMG203: Strategic Management ofMarkets and Growth: IndustrialPolicy in EuropeMG204: Leadership in OrganisationsMG205: Competitive Strategy andGame TheoryMG206: Business Strategy in Internationaland Emerging Markets26MG209: Bargaining and Negotiation:Interests, Information,Strategy and PowerMG220: Corporate andOrganisational StrategyMG250: Management and Economics ofE-Business300 LEVELMG300: Negotiation Boot Camp:Personal Mastery in theArt of NegotiatingLSE Summer School 2019Faculty SpotlightDr Heather KappesDepartment of ManagementMG103: Consumer Behaviour: BehaviouralFundamentals for Marketing and ManagementDr. Kappes takes a behavioural scienceapproach to marketing, trying to understandwhat influences people as they pursue theirgoals. Her current research looks at howadults and children think about wealth andspending, and how their beliefs predict theirspending and financial resilience. She teachesmarketing and consumer behaviour courses toundergraduates and masters students, and hasexperience teaching executives as well.

Academic InformationEconomicsFinance100 LEVEL200 LEVELEC101:Introductory MicroeconomicsEC102:Introductory MacroeconomicsFM202: Analysis and Management ofFinancial RiskEC104:The Wealth (and Poverty) ofNations: Historical EconomicDivergence across the GlobeFaculty SpotlightFM225: Fixed Income Securities, DebtMarkets and the Macro EconomyFM230: Alternative InvestmentsFM250: FinanceFM255: Financial MarketsDr Francesco NavaDepartment of EconomicsEC201: Intermediate Microeconomics200 LEVELEC200:Introduction to BehaviouralEconomics300 LEVELEC201:Intermediate MicroeconomicsFM350: Advanced Corporate FinanceEC202:Intermediate MacroeconomicsEC203:Real Estate Economics and FinanceFM360: Options, Futures and OtherFinancial DerivativesEC204:Financial Markets and the GlobalEconomy: the History of Bubbles,Crashes and InflationsEC212:Introduction to EconometricsEC235:Economics of European IntegrationEC240:Environmental Economics &Sustainable DevelopmentEC260:The Political Economy ofPublic PolicyEC270:Public FinanceA graduate of Milan’s Università Bocconi;Dr Nava went on to complete both his MAand PhD in Economics at the Universityof Chicago. Dr Nava has been with theDepartment of Economics for seven years,and specialises in Economic Theory, IndustrialOrganisation and Computational Economics.Dr Nava recently won the LSE EducationExcellence Award.27300 LEVELEC307:Development EconomicsEC312:Advanced EconometricsEC320:Applied Econometrics and Big DataEC321:Money and BankingEC341:Industrial Organisation &Introduction to Competition PolicyEC351:International EconomicsGo to lse.ac.uk/summerschool for up-to-datecourse listings, full outlines and feesCourses may be subject to changewithout notice.LSE Summer School 2019

Academic InformationInternational Relations,Government and Society100 LEVELIR100:Great Thinkers and Pivotal Leaders:Shaping the Global OrderIR101:Childhood across CulturesIR102:Capitalism, Democracy andEquality: The Political Economy ofthe Advanced NationsIR104:IR105:IR106:Governing Climate andEnvironmental Change: Science,Policy and PoliticsUnderstanding Foreign Policy:the Diplomacy of War,Profit and JusticeFrom Sarajevo to Baghdad: KeyDecisions on War and Peace,1914-2003IR110:Foundations of PsychologicalScienceIR115:Culture and GlobalisationIR120:Trade, Developmentand the EnvironmentIR130:Athens to Al-Qaeda: Political Theoryand International PoliticsIR140:Global Communications, Citizensand Cultural PoliticsIR160:The Middle East in Global Politics28200 LEVELIR200:International Organisation:The Institutions of GlobalGovernanceIR201:Power Shift: The Decline of theWest, The Rise of the BRICS andWorld Order in a New Asian CenturyIR202:Genocide: History, Theory,PreventionLSE Summer School 2019Faculty SpotlightIR203:An Urbanising World: The Future ofGlobal CitiesIR204:International Migration, SocialIntegration and Public PolicyIR205:Islam and PoliticsIR206:Revolutions and World PoliticsIR207:Development in the InternationalPolitical EconomyIR209:International Political EconomyDepartment ofInternational RelationsIR210:International Politics: BuildingDemocracies from ConflictIR120: Trade, Developmentand the EnvironmentIR211:America as a Global Power: FDR toTrumpIR214:Public Policy AnalysisIR215:The Politics of HumanitarianInterventionsIR245: International Journalism and Society- The Role of the Media in theModern WorldIR250:The Global Politics of Protestand ChangeIR270:What Kind of Europe? Crisis,Reform and the International Roleof the European UnionDr Robert FalknerAn Associate Professor of InternationalRelations whose expertise lies in globalpolitical economy, global environmentalpolitics, and the role of business ininternational relations. He gained hisdoctorate in International Relations fromthe University of Oxford’s Nuffield College.Amongst other senior appointments, DrFalkner serves as the Academic Director ofthe TRIUM Global Executive MBA, an alliancebetween LSE, NYU Stern School of Businessand HEC Paris, and one of the world’sleading global EMBAs.

Academic InformationLaw100 level300 levelLL101:Introduction to Law: LegalFoundations and FundamentalQuestionsLL301:LL102:Introduction to InternationalHuman Rights: Theory,Law and PracticeLL105:International Law:Contemporary IssuesLL110:Tax, Justice and SocietyLL135:Introduction to Corporate Lawand GovernanceCorporate Finance Law200 levelLL200:Competition Law and Policy:Controlling Private PowerLL202:Commercial LawLL203:International CommercialLitigation and ArbitrationLL204:CyberlawLL205:European Union Law and PoliticsLL206:International Financial LawLL207:International FinancialRegulationLL208:Freedom of Speech, Media andthe LawLL209:Comparative Human RightsLL210:Tax AvoidanceLL211:The International Law ofWar CrimesLL212:European Consumer Law29Go to lse.ac.uk/summerschool for up-to-datecourse listings, full outlines and feesCourses may be subject to changewithout notice.LSE Summer School 2019

Academic InformationResearch Methods, DataScience, and MathematicsProgramme Director100 levelME100: Introduction to CalculusME116: Essential Statistics for Economicsand EconometricsME117: Further Statistics for Economics andEconometricsProfessor Ken BenoitDepartment of Methodology200 LEVELME200: Computational Methods inFinancial MathematicsME201: Optimization with Applications inPortfolio Choice300 LEVELME301: Survey Research Methods: FromDesign to AnalysisME302: Introduction to FinancialMathematicsME303: Statistical Methods for MultivariateData in Social Science ResearchME305: Qualitative Research MethodsME306: Real Analysis30ME310: Causal Inference for Experimentaland Observational StudiesME314: Introduction to Data Science andMachine LearningME315: Machine Learning in PracticeME317: Statistical Methods in RiskManagementLSE Summer School 2019Professor Benoit holds a PhD in Governmentwith a specialisation in statisticalmethodology from Harvard University. Heis currently Professor of Quantitative SocialResearch Methods in the Department ofMethodology, where he teaches data scienceand computational methods. He was also thefounding Director of the Social and EconomicData Science (SEDS) Research Unit at LSE.

Academic InformationApplication and feesWhen and how should I apply?Applications typically open in late November. Popular courses and LSEresidences do fill up quickly, so we urge you to apply as soon as you are able.How do I support my application?You will be asked to provide a copy of your university transcript (if available).If English is not your first language you should include appropriate evidenceof English proficiency (see page 24).How much does it cost?Students taking more than one course will be eligible for discounted ratesas outlined below.2019 FeesStudent rate*Standard rateOne Session 2,300 3,300Two Sessions 3,990 5,800Three Sessions 4,650 7,200One week Prep English course 690 690*Student rate applies to all full-time students who are currently enrolled at a University orCollege anywhere in the world.A 50 application fee must be paid when submitting your application.For more information and terms and conditions please r-School/FeesMore information onlinewww.lse.ac.uk/summerschoolFor 2019 course details and fees visit:lse.ac.uk/summerschool and join our mailing list for updates.Or contact us at:Tel: 44 (0)20 7955 ation of coursesEquality and diversityOccasionally it is necessary to cancel orpostpone courses. Should a course besubject to a major change, applicants willbe offered the option to either transferto another course or receive a full refund.Any alterations to the programme will bemade by the first week of June 2019. If youare coming from abroad, you are stronglyadvised to take out comprehensive travelinsurance for the duration of your stay.To uphold the School’s commitment toequality of respect and opportunity, as setout in the Ethics Code (search ‘Ethics Code’on the LSE homepage), we will treat allpeople with dignity and respect, and ensurethat no-one will be treated less favourablybecause of their role at the School, age,disability, gender (including gender identity),race, religion or belief, sexual orientation,marriage and civil partnership, pregnancyand maternity, and social and economicbackground. For details of the School’s workon enhancing its equality practices to reflectthe requirements of the Equality Act 2010,please see the EDI website (search ‘EDI PolicyStatement on the LSE homepage).LSE Summer School 201931

“ T he LSE experienceprovides a uniquemix of rigorousacademics and all thevim and vigour ofcentral London.”Professor Paul KellySummer SchoolAcademic Director,Department of Government

More information onlinewww.lse.ac.uk/summerschoolOr contact us at:Tel: 44 (0)20 7955 7227summer.school@lse.ac.uk@LSESummerSchool

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