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Shaping Transformative learning

Support for our students is more important than ever before. Curious minds have been shaping the world through LSE for over 125 years – 18 Nobel Prize winners, 37 former world leaders and endless global entrepreneurs and change makers.

By supporting one of our Student Funds or an Academic Department, Institute or Service, you are equipping the leaders of tomorrow with the confidence to enact change. If you wish the School to direct your support to immediate and emerging Shaping the World strategic priorities, please choose the Shaping the World Fund.



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