Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7955 7326
Address: LSE Cities London School of Economics Tower 2, 8th Floor Clement’s Inn London WC2A 2AE United Kingdom
These fees include all programme tuition and course materials. Please note that travel to all modules, and accommodation in London, is not included in the fees. There is also an application fee payable when submitting your application and a pre-registration fee of £1,500, payable once you have received your offer. The pre-registration fee will be deducted from your overall tuition fee, but is non-refundable in the event you do not enrol on the programme.
All participants are eligible to apply for support from our scholarship scheme, regardless of nationality or country of residence. However, participants are not eligible for other LSE scholarships (including the LSE Graduate Support Scheme) so those investigating financing options may wish to consider the following:
We encourage you to gain the support of your employer and make a case for their financial sponsorship if this is appropriate, as they will gain valuable return on their investment in sponsoring you.
The Executive MSc in Cities is designed for public, private and third sector leaders who want to deliver large scale change in cities. We welcome applications from working professionals based in any location around the world, who meet the entry requirements for the programme. If you are unsure whether or not you should apply, please feel free to get in touch and send your CV or resume to our Executive Programme Administrator, Laurence Horstman at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Typically, a minimum of 10 years of professional experience in an urban related public/private/third sector, or professionals with a similar level of experience who wish to move into the urban sector.
Your employer will need to agree to support your enrolment on the programme and allow the necessary provisions to attend the five classroom modules over the first twelve months. The consultancy project running in the final months of the programme offers employers the opportunity to take an active role in the participant’s learning experience on the programme.
We also encourage you to discuss financial sponsorship with your employer, as an investment in this programme will provide a valuable return for you and your organisation.
All applications are made through the LSE’s Graduate Admissions Office. Full details of how to apply are available on the LSE Graduate Admissions homepage.
Applications are now open for entry to the programme in September 2020. The programme considers applications on a rolling basis, so there is no deadline for application, although once capacity is reached the programme will close to new applicants. As a result, we encourage suitable participants to apply as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Please consult the Supporting Documents webpage for a guide to the paperwork you will need to complete as part of your application. In summary, this is the following: