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At the briefings, two speakers talk for 15 minutes each before discussion is opened to all attendees, operating under Chatham House Rules. This is intended to publish open-access journals and books in the social sciences. The press is managed through the LSE Library. In overall national rankings , the LSE consistently placed as a top 15 university until , when it fell to 19th in the Guardian table for Disparities between national and international league tables have caused LSE to offer public explanations for the difference, including the statement in According to data released by the Department for Education in , LSE was rated as the best university for boosting graduate earnings, with male graduates seeing a In the —16 academic year there were 10, full-time students and around part-time students at the university.
Combined over languages are spoken at LSE. The LSE Students' Union LSESU is affiliated to the National Union of Students and is responsible for campaigning and lobbying the School on behalf of students as well providing student support and the organisation and undertaking of entertainment events and student societies.
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It is often regarded as the most politically active in Britain — a reputation it has held since the well documented LSE student riots in —67 and —69,   which made international headlines. In , the School was awarded the top spot for student nightlife by The Guardian newspaper  due in part to its central location and provision of over societies, 40 sports clubs, a Raising and Giving RAG branch and a thriving media group.
A weekly student newspaper The Beaver , is published each Tuesday during term time and is amongst the oldest student newspapers in the country. It sits alongside a radio station, Pulse! The Clare Market Review one of Britain's oldest student publications was revived in LSE owns or operates 10 halls of residence in and around central London and there are also two halls owned by urbanest and five intercollegiate halls shared with other constituent colleges of the University of London within a 3-mile radius of the School, for a total of over 4, places.
Sidney Webb House, managed by Unite Students , takes postgraduates and continuing students. The School guarantees accommodation for all first-year undergraduate students and many of the school's larger postgraduate population are also catered for, with some specific residences available for postgraduate living. Each residence accommodates a mixture of students both home and international, male and female, and, usually, undergraduate and postgraduate. The largest LSE student residence, Bankside House, a refurbished early 's office block and former headquarters of the Central Electricity Generating Board ,  opened to students in and is fully catered, accommodating students across eight floors overlooking the River Thames.
It is located behind the Tate Modern art gallery on the south bank of the river. It is self-catering, accommodating students in flats of four our five bedrooms with shared facilities. Since , the school has opened three new residences to provide accommodation for all first-year students. Lilian Knowles, independently operated in Spitalfields , is home for approximately students and opened in It is located in a converted Victorian night refuge; the remnants of which can still be seen on the outside facade.
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It is a common stop on Jack the Ripper tours as one of his victims is commonly believed to have been a one-time resident. Planning permission was sought to convert the Grade II listed Northumberland House, on Northumberland Avenue into a new residence in June , and the accommodation opened to students in October It was formerly a Victorian grand hotel and lately government offices.
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The closest residence to the Aldwych campus is reserved for postgraduate students and is located on the eastern side of Drury Lane at the crossroads of Great Queen Street and Long Acre. Grosvenor House, converted from a Victorian office building, opened in September The residence is unique in that all of its rooms are small, self-contained studios, with private toilet and shower facilities and a mini-kitchen. Jomo Kenyatta , President of Kenya — Ambedkar , the chairman of the drafting committee formed for making the draft of the Indian constitution , polymath and human rights champion.
Pierre Trudeau , Prime Minister of Canada —, — Queen Margrethe II of Denmark —present. Kim Campbell , Prime Minister of Canada Karl Popper , reader in logic and scientific method at the LSE. George Soros , billionaire investor, philanthropist and political activist.
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Tsai Ing-wen , President of the Republic of China —present. Tony Fernandes , chief executive officer of the low-cost carrier, AirAsia. Carlo Cottarelli , former director of the International Monetary Fund. LSE has a long list of notable alumni and staff, spanning the fields of scholarship provided by the school. Mervyn King , the former Governor of the Bank of England , is also a former professor of economics. In the political arena notable alumni and staff include 53 past or present heads of state, 20 members of the current British House of Commons and 46 members of the current House of Lords.
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He served five years in an Indian prison for kidnapping British tourists in In , he was arrested and convicted in the kidnapping and murder of Daniel Pearl. As of , 18 Nobel Prizes in economics, peace and literature are officially recognised as having been awarded to LSE alumni and staff. Christopher A. Amartya Sen , Indian economist, former professor and Nobel laureate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: History of the London School of Economics.
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