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The Department of Government's program in London is offered in cooperation with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Two course credits are based on regularly scheduled courses at LSE. These courses focus on international relations or comparative politics and are graded by members of the LSE faculty. The third course credit is a seminar taught by the resident Dartmouth faculty member. The topic is typically within the fields of comparative politics or international relations.
Government 90 and 91: Seminars in Government taught by LSE faculty (two units)
A third designated Government course (Government 92) is the seminar offering taught by Dartmouth faculty.
Rooms in an international student dormitory (some cooking privileges) within commuting distance of LSE.
The London program is not designed for introductory students. Government 4 and Government 5 (or equivalents) serve as prerequisites. Equivalents to substitute for either 4 or 5 must be discussed and approved by the Program Director. Relevant course work in other departments will also be considered.
Dartmouth students will have all of the rights, privileges, and responsibilities of LSE students, including library privileges, and access to the student common rooms.
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.