London School of Economics and Political Sciences
The London School of Economics and Political Sciences was founded in 1895 as a public research university located in London, UK. The school is a member of the Russell Group and considered a port of the “Golden Triangle” of universities in south-east England, alongside University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge, the University College London, Imperial College London, and King’s College London.
The school offers a variety of MSc programs, MPA programs, an LLM, PhD programs and more.
Overall, it is ranked among the top ten universities nationally by two of the three UK tables, while internationally it is ranked in the top 50 by two of the four major global rankings and in the top 100 by a third.
Nobel laureates associated with London School of Economics and Political Sciences include Friedrich Hayek (Economics), James Meade (Economics), Amartya Sen (Economics), and Sir John Hicks (Economics).
Find more information about the school here: https://www.lse.ac.uk/