Learning Designed for a Changing World and Workforce
Long regarded as a distance learning pioneer, the University of London — which has instructed more than 50,000 distance learning students — offers online undergraduate degree programmes with academic direction from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). A world-leading social science university, LSE is ranked second in the world for management and social sciences.¹
Together, these universities offer engaging and accessible educational opportunities to students across the globe and empower diverse student populations to develop vital skills they need to make a lasting impact on society.
These online undergraduate degree programmes draw on LSE’s specialisms of economics, management, finance and the social sciences, incorporating academic theories and real-world challenges to help you understand trends and navigate change.
Become a strategic problem-solver who can take a multidisciplinary approach to analysing international business challenges.
Master technical skills in statistics, mathematics and computer science, and learn how to visualise and analyse data sets to address real-world problems.
Explore how the world’s resources are used and distributed, and prepare to work as an economist in industry, academia, finance or government.
Boost your analytical and communication skills as you apply key economic principles to management scenarios.
Complete our brief form to connect with one of our admissions counsellors
and learn more about our suite of programmes.
We prioritise accessibility, and our programmes are designed to create a collaborative, challenging learning environment for all students.
Attend live, online Zoom sessions led by a class teacher once a fortnight.
Access all course materials via mobile, desktop or tablet.
Receive holistic, personalised support from admission through graduation.
Surround yourself with a diverse, curious community of scholars.
We welcome students at different stages of life: pursuing their first undergraduate degree, returning to university or exploring a new career path.
¹ Social Sciences and Management. (2019). QS World University Rankings. Retrieved 26 February 2020 from https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject-rankings/2019/social-sciences-management
² Dynamics of data science skills. (2019). The Royal Society. Retrieved 5 March 2020 from https://royalsociety.org/-/media/policy/projects/dynamics-of-data-science/dynamics-of-data-science-skills-report.pdf?la=en-GB&hash=212DAE7D599B0A48687B372C90DC3FEA. Note: Demand for workers in any given year varies, and is not indicative of future demand.