Undergraduate study in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences

LSE campus
Gain specialist expertise in business-relevant subjects with an international perspective

Studying one of these programmes improves your career prospects by encouraging you to think critically and creatively about how and why modern societies, institutions and economic systems function in the way they do.

A wide range of entry points include fast-track routes for those who already hold diplomas or undergraduate degrees.

Increase your career prospects

These programmes are internationally recognised, giving you a clear advantage in the job market. They provide an excellent foundation for a wide variety of careers, ranging from accounting, banking and information systems, to media, civil service and journalism. All of the programmes can act as a stepping stone to further study at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Programmes available:

Learn from the experts

All of the programmes listed above are developed by the London School of Economics and Political Science, one of the world’s leading social science universities. Its teaching and research is recognised worldwide as a benchmark of quality.

LSE alumni and former staff include 16 Nobel Prize winners and 34 past or present heads of state. LSE academics are in constant demand by media outlets as expert commentators and analysts. They also act as advisors to governments, and are seconded to national and international organisations.

Professional accreditation

Graduates of our BSc Accounting and Finance / BSc Banking and Finance degrees will become eligible to apply for a 'fast-track' route to the following four professional bodies:

  • CPA Australia
  • ACCA

Hear from our students

Read blog posts from Economics, Banking & Finance, and Politics & International Relations students.

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Alumni Inspiration: Nida Sohail Chaudhary, BSc Economics, Pakistan

Alumni Inspiration: BSc Accounting & Finance, Malaysia

Alumni Inspiration: BSc International Relations (UK)