Powerful New Insights
You will work with numerical, linguistic and visual methodologies to unlock new insights on some of the worlds biggest problems.
Learn the skills required to place this insight into cultural considerations and wider complexities
Apply in your capstone
You will interrogate a problem you’re passionate about - applying your new theoretical understanding of a multitude of disciplines and mental models to unlock new insight.
Your capstone will become your calling card that you utilise for advancing your career. A cutting edge piece of work that positions you as an interdisciplinary thinker primed for the world of tomorrow.
Applications are now open for our 2022 master’s cohort. Applications close at 5:00pm (BST) on Monday 20th June 2022 for non-Home students, and 5:00pm (BST) Monday 12th September 2022 for Home students. You can find our more information on the application process and our entry requirements in the FAQs section below.
Home students: £10,800
International students: £18,000
We want to make sure that you’re given every opportunity to succeed at LIS and we know that everyone’s situation is different. As such, we’ll be offering bursaries in the form of fee discounts, which you can enquire about here.
You can find out more about our course fees, financing options, and support available through getting in touch with email@example.com.
Please note, in future years, fees for continuing students may be subject to an inflationary increase.
LIS has been granted degree-awarding powers for its undergraduate programme by the higher education regulator in England, the Office for Students (OfS). These powers need to be extended in order for us to award a master’s degree. We have started this regulatory journey and will keep you updated as we move through this process.
An international student is someone who does not have “settled” status in the UK and would need to apply for a visa to study in the UK.
We have a sponsorship license which means we are able to welcome international students. Please get in touch if you have questions about your status in the UK or your application as an international student.
The LIS master’s is taught in English. To derive full benefit from and succeed in passing, you must be able to understand and express yourself in English (reading and listening, speaking and writing). If you’ve been taught and assessed in English or have been working in the English language for the past two years or longer, you do not need to provide an English language qualification.