The London School of Economics already has a worldwide reputation as a powerhouse of Britain's social-science studies. Now its big-name tutors are offering a new set of modules to teach undergraduates more about the major issues of today's world.
Titled LSE100, the new course will tackle questions such as 'Is poverty history?' and 'How should we manage climate change?' - giving students the chance to broaden their horizons and apply their academic knowledge to real-world problems that will face them when they leave. Tutors for the new modules are among the LSE's leading experts, while for the students the work is on top of their chosen courses - students so far seem delighted to be offered this opportunity. Read more