London School of Economics - American partnership announced

April 17, 2008

UK students can now study international history at a leading US university under a new programme offered by the London School of Economics.

The LSE in partnership with Columbia University, New York, is offering a new two-year LSE-Columbia double masters degree in international and world history, which starts this autumn. Arne Westad, convener of the department of international history at the LSE, said: "By combining the history faculties of Columbia and LSE, students will get access to some of the most exciting and innovative research that is going on in the field today."

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