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New undergraduate arrivals 2019

Important events and information for new undergraduates 

Welcome 2019

Monday 23-27 September 2019 (aka Week 0) is when we welcome new students to LSE. There are some compulsory meetings given by the School and Economic History department which you'll need to attend, as well as social events where you'l meet your fellow students and members of the department. 

Here's a list of your Welcome meetings and events you will be attending:

Monday 23 September 

Economic History Department Welcome Meeting

Time: 16:00-18:00
Venue: Thai Theatre, New Academic Building | 

We'll start off with refreshments and a chance to meet your fellow students, followed by presentations from key people in the department about your studies and other key information. Presenters include Head of Department, Professor Joan Roses,  Departmental Tutor, Dr Alejandra Irigoin, and Head of Undergraduate Programmes, Dr Eric Schneider.  You'll also meet Helena Ivins, the Undergraduate Administrator, who can give advice and guidance on many of the questions our students have on arriving. There will be also short presentations from key LSE student services such as Careers and more.

18:00-20:00 Drinks reception for new students to meet with the department

 

Tuesday 24 September

School Welcome Presentation

Time: 3-4.30pm
Venue: Peacock Theatre

Tuesday 24 September

Registration for New Undergraduates

Time: 11.30am-12:00pm
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House

Wednesday 25 September

 

The Great Economic History Scavenger Hunt!

 

Time: 14:00-18:00 
Venue: tbc

Team up with your fellow students to find clues and tokens scattered across campus and beyond. There will be great prizes! More info on arrival. 

EH101 - The Internationalisation of Economic Growth, 1870 to the present day, by Professor Chris Minns and Dr Eric Schneider EH101 - The Internationalisation of Economic Growth, 1870 to the present day, by Professor Chris Minns and Dr Eric Schneider
EH101 - The Internationalisation of Economic Growth, 1870 to the present day, by Professor Chris Minns and Dr Eric Schneider A core Economic History courses for all Economic History first year students
EH102 Pre-industrial Economic History, by Professor Oliver Volckart EH102 Pre-industrial Economic History, by Professor Oliver Volckart
EH102 Pre-industrial Economic History One of the core first year courses for all Economic History Undergraduates