So far there isn't a London School of Economics in Abu Dhabi (but you can do LSE degrees in Dubai), but there is a relationship between the Abu Dhabi Government and the LSE, so maybe one day ...
20 May 2010 - LSE Middle East Center announced
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) announced a new LSE Middle East Center according to an LSE press release.
The LSE Middle East Center will be a research center focusing on modern Middle Eastern cultures, societies, economies, and international relations.
The center has received AED 50 million (£9.2 million) worth of funding from the Abu Dhabi Government through the Emirates Foundation for Philanthropy and from The Aman Trust.
The LSE ME Center will be based at the LSE in London, starting October 2010.
Inaugural director will be Professor Fawaz A Gerges.
11 September 2008 - DPE agreement with LSE (press release)
The UAE Department of Planning & Economy (DPE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the London School of Economics (LSE) to provide executive training and research support for the Abu Dhabi government and business community.
The DPE also is investigating the possiblity of establishing an Abu Dhabi School of Economics.
The London School of Economics is a school (or college?) that is part of the University of London.
21 June 2003 - International Institute for Technology and Management to offer LSE courses in Dubai (press release)