The figures quoted are for one year of study (the 2016/17 session) at LSE only, unless stated otherwise. If your programme includes a period of study at another institution, e.g. MSc Global Media and Communications, the fees for that time will be set by the institution in question and payable there. Likewise, if your programme covers more than one year at LSE, the new fee levels for your second and succeeding years will be payable in due course.
Please note that fees are paid in each year (academic session) for which you are registered, and normally rise in each year. They do not stay the same as the year in which you started. LSE reserves the right to alter the level of fee. Changes in fee levels may occur over the year. You should check the following table for the latest levels. Where marked, fees are provisional.
If you register as a part time graduate student the fees quoted are for the first year of study only. In your second year you will pay fees proportionate to the appropriate full time fee at that time.
Undergraduate programmes are not available on a part time basis. The fees shown relate to full time students who are allowed to repeat tuition for part of their programme of study by the Repeat Teaching Panel (http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/students/academicSupportServices/RTP/home.aspx). The total fee to be paid is dependent on the number of units repeated.
The fee structure for research programmes changed for new entrants in 2013.
For further information please see: http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/students/moneyMatters/tableOfFees/PGR-fee-structure-2015-version.pdf
Taught graduate programmes
1. Students on MSc Social Policy and Development and MSc in Social Policy and Development (Non-Governmental Organisations) attend a residential session at Cumberland Lodge and are required to pay £200, which is included in the quoted fee.
Double Degree and Two Year Programmes