Global Opportunities

Find how and where to broaden your horizons 

Over the years, LSE has developed a number of multi-faceted partnerships with prestigious universities abroad. With some institutions we have dual and double degrees as well as faculty mobility schemes; with others we have developed unique opportunities for our undergraduate students.

LSE has a range of double/dual degrees and exchanges. For more details, read the sections below.

Double degree programmes

Double degree programmes are normally of two years' duration with students studying one year at LSE and one year at the partner institution. Upon successful completion of the programme, a student is awarded a master's degree or equivalent from both institutions.

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In collaboration with Sciences Po (Paris) we offer double degrees in:

Columbia_NYC_CCLogoIn collaboration with Columbia University (New York), we have double degrees in:

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In collaboration with Peking University (Beijing), we have two double degrees in:

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At the National University of Singapore, you can spend the second year of your MPA focusing on Public Affairs



LSE's department of media and communication offers three double degrees in global media and communications in collaboration with:

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The School of Public Policy jointly delivers with Munk school of global affairs and public affairs a double Master of Public Administration/Master of Global Affairs.


The European Institute also offers bespoke double degree programmes with Bocconi University and Sciences Po.

For an authoritative list of all our double degrees, check this page

Go LSE Exchanges: open to all undergraduates

Undergraduate exchanges are additional to the requirements of your LSE degree. Possible destinations include SSE (Stockholm), Sciences Po (Paris and regional campuses), Berkeley and other cities. 

Students interested in applying for a one year undergraduate exchange are advised to attend the Outbound GO LSE Information Session.  

GO LSE's information session is usually scheduled in the autumn for students interested in travelling the following academic year. To attend it, please sign up here. 

For more details contact the GO LSE's team

Short research visits for PhD students

The Global Opportunities LSE (GO LSE) team also coordinates the outbound GO LSE PhD Programme which enables students to visit one of our partners while working on their project for up to three months.

Students interested in applying for visits taking place during the 2023-2024 academic year can apply to visit the following partners : 

  • European University Institute
  • Central European University
  • Sciences Po 
  • Hertie School

For more detailed information, contact their team here:

Other opportunities for postgraduates

The Department of Management offers a Global Masters during which students can apply to do an international exchange term at a leading school like the Stockholm School of Economics, Cornell University - Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, and many others.

For details about this programme, contact the programme and admissions team.