Apr 15, 2021

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Shaping the Future: 20,000 Lives Changed With LSE and GetSmarter

Since its inception, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has been defined by the quest for positive change. This is exemplified by the School’s original pursuit of ‘a community of people and ideas, founded to understand the causes of things, for the betterment of society’.1 Today, through their portfolio of online certificate courses, over 20,000 lives have taken the first steps on the journey to a better world.

The portfolio of LSE online courses furthers the School’s vision for 2030 – to shape the world through impactful change. This vision, and the courses that support it, rests on three pillars: ensuring excellence through diversity and inclusion, achieving global impact, and securing a sustainable future. Through its collaboration with GetSmarter, a 2U, Inc. brand, LSE is able to bring its expertise to participants across the world, providing access to industry experts and highly regarded academics in a wide variety of fields. 

These online courses are designed not only to teach, but to equip participants with the skills to achieve positive change, in both their personal and professional lives. Along the way, participants have the opportunity to network with a diverse range of like-minded professionals from around the world.

Whether you’re looking to learn how to lead with influence, upgrade your finance and management skills, dive into disruptive tech, or explore law and public policy, LSE has a course for you. View the portfolio by following the link below.

 

Here’s how just a few of the 20,000 past participants felt about their LSE online learning experience. 


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Explore the full portfolio of LSE online certificate courses, and learn how you can become an agent for positive change.

 
  • 1 Shafik, M (Nd). ‘LSE 2030’. Retrieved from LSE.

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