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The MSc China in Comparative Perspective programme brings together LSE’s considerable multi-disciplinary expertise on China. The programme is based in the Department of Anthropology but draws on a range of social science disciplines. This enables our students to examine China’s politics, international relations, economic history, society and culture from a variety of perspectives.

The programme will help you to understand China in a comparative and historical framework. You’ll compare and contrast China with India, countries of modern Europe as well as other appropriate comparator countries.

The programme is flexible and enables you to shape your studies to your own needs and interests. All students will take our China in Comparative Perspective course. This course covers topics such

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Entry Requirements

2:1 degree or equivalent in social science

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Dia Flores

As a postgraduate student from the United States, I wanted the chance to study abroad in an institution that offered world-class academic rigor located in the heart of a vibrant city. Furthermore, LSE is a leading institution for my course, China in Comparative Perspective, and carries with it the long tradition associated with great scholars who have paved the way for future students and aspiring social scientists.

Studying in London also presents many opportunities for exploring the rest of the UK, Europe, and even North Africa. Its proximity to other neighbouring global cities makes it a convenient portal for a quick break to nearby destinations. However, my favourite part about LSE is the opportunity to be immersed in thinking and scholarly pursuits amongst experts and professionals in their fields of study. I also enjoy the numerous opportunities to see world leaders who come to LSE to speak about their country's goals and initiatives.

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