Jul 10 2013

First week at LSE for ITAM students

We are delighted to welcome our first cohort from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) to LSE. The 52 students are undertaking a three-week customised programme in International Political Economy, with a mixture of specialist lectures, private seminars and corporate visits.

Left to right: Dr Alejandro Hernández, Provost of ITAM; Professor Craig Calhoun, Director of LSE; and Adam Austerfield, LSE Enterprise Programme Director for Spain and Latin America.

Left to right: Dr Alejandro Hernández, Provost of ITAM; Professor Craig Calhoun, Director of LSE; and Adam Austerfield, LSE Enterprise Programme Director for Spain and Latin America.

Adam Austerfield, LSE Enterprise Programme Director for Spain and Latin America, says: ‘LSE and ITAM have been talking about collaborating for several years, so we at LSE Enterprise are delighted to be able to deliver the first specially designed programme between the two institutions with a terrific group of young students here at LSE. ITAM has an outstanding reputation across Latin America and indeed globally and we knew from the beginning that this had great potential for intellectual exchange and debate.’

Professor Calhoun welcomes the students to LSE

Professor Calhoun welcomes the students to LSE

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 Update:

An ITAM student reflects on her experience at LSE

Adiós ITAM!

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