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Shaping our Community

Curious? Even before the pandemic, our LSE 2030 strategy set out the importance of in person and digital delivery, associated investment and opportunities to provide learning all lifelong, whilst rapidly advancing our campus facilities in London.

By developing our campus, online infrastructure, data sciences, an education for the digital age and harnessing new opportunities for global debate, we ensure all of our alumni, friends and partners can be connected to LSE.

By supporting the Digital Futures Fund or Campus Life Fund, you reinforce this support for our students and LSE community. Please choose the Shaping the World Fund if you would like the School to allocate your gift to emerging areas of need across our Campaign.



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