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Building a new London university.
“A new style of graduate who is more rounded and able to solve problems.”
A new approach
A new Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Degree.
Preparing students to tackle some of the most complex problems that we face in the world.
The LIS curriculum cuts across the disciplines, equipping students with knowledge and methods from the arts, sciences, and humanities.About the Degree
Studying at LIS
As an LIS student, you will have the opportunity to apply for paid internships at some of the UK’s most prestigious employers and exciting start-ups.
This is an optional part of your experience.More info
We’re running a series of Discovery Days in 2021 so you can experience our interdisciplinary approach to tackling real-world problems.
Spaces are limited, find out more and apply to come.Find out more
24 March 2021
Food for thought: Sprint students reflect on complex problems in the food industry
Four Sprinters who are passionate about fixing the food industry shared their perspectives, each highlighting a different challenge within the food industry, how to tackle it, and ways to learn more.Sign up here.
09 April 2021
The Week in Good News (05/04)
The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Have you ever wondered how Gorillas communicate? This article breaks down how they interact. Read the full post.
01 April 2021
The Week in Good News (29/03)
The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Check out the 15 inventions by NASA that we use on earth today. Read the full post.
26 March 2021
The Week In Good News (22/03)
The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. In an effort to avoid deforestation in an Indian town, they have created a scheme to encourage the farmers to keep the trees rooted which then pays them back in return. Read the full post.