The London School of Economics and Political Science

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is a world-leading university, specialising in social sciences, with a global community of people and ideas that transform the world. LSE’s expertise spans a wide range of disciplines from economics, politics and law, to sociology, health policy, accounting, and finance.
As one of the most international universities in the world, the School’s diversity of people, ideas and interests make it an exciting centre for research, teaching and public engagement. Enriched with the tradition of understanding the interconnectedness of our world, LSE’s programmes seek to explore problems through the lens of world-class research and equip learners with the analytical capacities to think critically, creatively, and independently to help tackle the world’s most pressing problems.
Founded in 1895, LSE’s commitment is to understand the causes of things for the betterment of society. Never has this been a more important goal than in these times of unparalleled change. LSE’s online programmes make its world-leading teaching and research accessible to a truly global and diverse audience. LSE Online is a comprehensive, lifelong continuum of accessible learning, career development and transformation opportunities for individuals and organisations. It shares the pursuit of intellectual excellence, spirit of enquiry and exploration of interconnectedness that make learning at LSE unique. With LSE’s rich portfolio of short courses for professionals, undergraduate degrees with the University of London, and MicroBachelors programmes, you can equip yourself with the knowledge and skills you need through your evolving careers.

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Statistics 2 Part 2: Statistical Inference (edX)

The final part in a series of four courses which help you to master statistics fundamentals and build your quantitative skillset for progression in high-growth careers, or to use as step towards further study at undergraduate level.

Statistics 2 Part 1: Probability and Distribution Theory (edX)

The third in a series of four courses which help you to master statistics fundamentals and build your quantitative skillset for progression in high-growth careers, or to use as step towards further study at undergraduate level.