London School of Economics (LSE) Rankings

The London School of Economics and Political Science (Or referred to as The London School of Economics or LSE) is one of the world's top leading institutions. It has produced a number of Nobel Prize winners in Economics, Peace and Literature., some of them are: George Bernard Shaw (Nobel Prize in Literature),  Ralph Bunche (Nobel Peace Prize),  Ronald Coase (Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences), Amartya Sen (Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences), etc.  

LSE is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Russell Group, the European University Association, the Community of European Management Schools and International Companies, The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs, Universities UK, and 'G5 Group'.

LSE Rankings and Ratings:

- It is a Top 10 institution in the UK, placed 7th nationally in the Times Good University Guide 2010, 5th in the Guardian University Guide 2010, 4th in the Independent Complete University Guide 2010, 4th out of 120 institutions in the Sunday Times University Guide 2008.

- 66th in the world in the THES rankings of Top 200 Universities 2008.

- 34th in the Newsweek ranking of top 100 global universities.

- 2nd in the world for MSc Management programme (Financial Times' European Masters Ranking 2007).

- No. 3 for for economics program (Times 2010).

- In the RAE (Research Assessment Exercise) 2008, it is ranked No. 4 in the UK (equal 4th with Oxford) out of a total of 132 institutions.

- LSE is ranked No. 1 for its Law Department, ahead of UCL (RAE 2008 Outcomes for Law).

- No. 1 for Economics & Econometrics (RAE 2008).

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