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04 March 2022
Posted by The London Interdisciplinary School
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Graduate masterclass with Hassan Dalmuji (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)

How might we conceive of a more united world? And how might we get there?

22 February 2022
Posted by The London Interdisciplinary School
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The World Isn’t T-Shaped

The world isn't T-shaped. It's interconnected, complex, and diverse. A big network of non-linear knowledge — with challenges that don’t map neatly onto discrete disciplines. Is it possible to tackle a problem as complex as climate change without reference to (at least some of) ecology, economics, geography, and agriculture? We don't think so.

17 February 2022
Posted by The London Interdisciplinary School
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Financial Support options for BASc students at LIS

This short guide details some of the main ways you can access funding if you attend LIS as an undergraduate student.

04 February 2022
Posted by The London Interdisciplinary School
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You can now study our MASc as a Chevening Scholar

International students can now study our master's as a Chevening Scholar

15 October 2021
Posted by Kiran Momi
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The Week in Good News (15/10)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Female in Focus – an award to recognise the gender gap and women in photography. Take a look at the series of images which include a piece on the experiences of Muslim women.

13 October 2021
Posted by Kiran Momi
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Black History Month – three trailblazers to watch

'Black history affects all of us – it is British history.' - David Olusoga

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