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London School of Economics and Finance in Tunisia (LSE)

About London School of Economics

In the QS World and Subject Rankings 2021, LSE was ranked 1st in Europe and 2nd in the world for social science and management subjects.

LSE was established in 1895 and boasts of 18 Nobel Prize winners and 37 world leaders among its alumni and staff. Located in the centre of the city of London, its motto is rerum cognoscere causes (or ‘to understand the causes of things’) and its graduates are often rated as among the most employable in the UK.

At CBS, students have the opportunity to engage with high-quality academic content and insights from expert LSE faculty. Students will be connected to LSE from CBS in Tunisia, developing the essential analytical and critical thinking skills that prepare them for career growth in a dynamic and global workplace.
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Notable Alumni of University of London

LSE has 165,000 alumni across 200 countries. LSE alumni and faculty members have been awarded 18 Nobel Prizes in economics, peace and literature. At least 37 past or present world leaders have studied at the School. Some of the leading names in this list include:

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David Rockefeller Philanthropist, American banker, Chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan Corporation
Stelios Haji-Ioannou Founder of EasyJet
George Soros Billionaire investor and philanthropist
Rt Hon Pierre Trudeau (1919-2000) Prime Minister of Canada 1968-1979; 1980-1984
Taro Aso Prime Minister of Japan 2008-2009, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Japan 2012-present
Shri KR Narayanan (1921-2005) President of India 1997-2002
Goh Keng Swee (1918-2010) Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore 1973-1985
Lord Attlee (1883-1967) Prime Minister of the UK 1945-1951
Janet Napolitano Former US Secretary of Homeland Security
Juan Manuel Santos Calderón Nobel Peace Prize 2016
Oliver Hart Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2016
Christopher Pissarides Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2010
Paul Krugman Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2008
Leonid Hurwicz Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2007
George Akerlof Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2001
Robert Mundel Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1998
Amartya Sen Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1998
Ronald Coase Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1991
Sir Arthur Lewis Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1979
James Meade Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1977
Sir John Hicks Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1972
Lord Noel-Baker Nobel Peace Prize 1959
Ralph Bunche Nobel Peace Prize 1950
Bertrand Russell Nobel Prize in Literature in 1950
George Bernard Shaw Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925