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Management and Digital Innovation

Graduate Diploma

Developed by academics at LSE, this diploma will provide a strong foundation in the principals of management and equips you with a comprehensive grounding in the digital technologies and innovation.

It is designed for graduates looking for either a standalone qualification or a foundation for postgraduate study.

Graduate Diplomas
Studying a Graduate Diploma with academic direction from LSE.

Study this course at a Teaching Centre near you

You can receive local support from a local teaching centre, use the dropdown to find your nearest centre.

Studying this degree, you will:

  • be at the forefront of digital innovation in business and management.
  • be able to manage the deployment of digital innovation and social media.
  • apply these skills in a wide range of professions and industries.

Programme details

This programme has one intake date per year: November. 

2023 intake
Application deadline 01 October 2023
Registration deadline 01 November 2023
Programme starts November

The fees below relate to new students registering for the 2023-2024 session, and are effective from 25 January 2022. These may be increased by up to five per cent per year.

Academic year 2023-2024
Application fee (non-refundable) 107
Initial registration fee 1275
Further registration fee for Law options (per course) 70
Examination entry fee per half course 192
Examination entry fee per full course 384
Online examination fee* 10
Continuing registration fee 581
Indicative total 2958

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The indicative totals reflect average annual fee increases and assume that you complete the qualification within the minimum time - without resits, and with no law courses (which require additional fees).

More about programme fees

*The online examination administration fee is charged for each examination paper held online, including resits. This does not apply to any coursework submissions. This fee will be charged at the point of exam entry and is in addition to the exam entry fee listed above.

Additional Costs

You will also need to budget for:

  • Textbooks (could extend to around £300 per year)
  • Teaching centre tuition costs
  • Exam centre fees, which are paid directly to the venues where you sit your exams.

We accept most traditional payment methods, including debit/credit card, international money order, and Western Union.

How to pay your fees

Please note: all student fees shown are net of any local VAT, Goods and Services Tax (GST) or any other sales tax payable by the student in their country of residence. Where the University is required to add VAT, GST or any other sales tax at the local statutory rate, this will be added to the fees shown during the payment process. For students resident in the UK, our fees are exempt from VAT.

Further information on Sales Tax

Your payment provider may apply additional transaction fees (if in doubt, please check with them before making a payment).

Further information about fee payment options can be found in the “How to pay your fees” link above.

Without the cost of moving to London, studying for your University of London diploma anywhere in the world represents excellent value for money. However, there may be additional sources of support depending on where you live.

More on funding your study.

About the LSE Summer School

LSE’s Summer School is the most well-established and the largest of its kind in the whole of Europe, with over 80 academically rigorous courses on offer. Each year over 6,000 students from 120 nations study at the LSE campus in the heart of Central London.

Courses are taught by LSE faculty and complement the content of this degree. If you complete two Summer School courses you may be able to earn credit equivalent to one course on the degree. As a student on this programme you will receive a 15% discount on tuition fees to attend the LSE Summer School.

Full details and how to apply are available on the LSE Summer School website.

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