INNOVATE & CO - CREATE

LSE’s Social Innovation Lab was launched in 2007 as a hub for evidence-based research on management and business model innovation. Since then it has grown into a platform for our global and local partners to co-create and share evidence-based knowledge on designing, managing, and scaling up context-sensitive social innovations – aimed at poverty reduction and increasing basic human freedoms.

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The LSE Social Innovation Lab established a new focus on social entrepreneurship

500+

Students, entrepreneurs and professionals trained from over 70+ countries

£2M+

Research grants received to fund ongoing research projects in emerging markets

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Strategic partners from over 20 countries in the social, corporate and government sector

Through our multi-disciplinary research projects, we co-create evidence-based knowledge with our ecosystem partners. We design, develop and disseminate knowledge through Bachelors, Masters and executive courses, as well as through pro-bono consulting projects. Read more...

 
 
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Courses for a global group of young, aspiring entrepreneurs with much passion but little work experience. Interested in social impact initiatives. 

MSc PROGRAMME

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The MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a research-based degree designed for students to develop the knowledge and skills to launch innovative entrepreneurial solutions.

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We have a vibrant community of alumni entrepreneurs focused on social innovation who actively participate in knowledge creation and sharing through an expanding global community.

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