Remember that an interview is a two-way process. As well as the organisation assessing your ‘fit’, with them, you’re making your own assessment as to how well it fits with your goals, values and needs. The best way to do this is by asking perceptive questions. Generally an interviewer will ask for questions towards the end of the conversation; however, if […]
You might be considering LSE as a prospective student, part-way through your degree here, or perhaps you’ve already graduated. Whatever stage you’re at, LSE Careers has a wealth of information available to inspire, inform and help you to make those all important decisions and choices around careers. We contact graduates six months after they graduate to participate in the national HESA Destinations […]
Marc R. Claude (MSc Political Science and Political Economy) shares his insights into how you can make the most of your master’s degree and time at LSE: There you are: you’ve got into the LSE. Congratulations; that is absolutely fantastic! Now, you might be wondering how to make the most of your time here. Therefore, here are my two cents […]
The questions you want to ask when networking with someone will generally be determined by where you are in the job search process. Think of it like a funnel. When you first start off, you’ll probably want to focus on gaining a wide overview of the critical issues, challenges and trends within the industries or sectors that you’re interested in. Further […]
If you’re a student joining LSE with two or three years’ experience (possibly several years more…), your requirements are likely to be different from students with less professional experience. You may be studying to enable a career transition, or your studies may be more focused towards career progression. Either way, we offer a range of events and support that could […]
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What services can you access?
All LSE alumni
All LSE alumni have access to our resource centre, careers website and some exclusive careers subscriptions.
Within five years of finishing your degree
If you finished your degree programme less than five years ago you have full access to our services, including booking one-to-one careers advice appointments, events and our vacancy board.
How can you access these services?
You have to log into CareerHub to book our events and appointments, and search our vacancy board. Find out how to access CareerHub.
How can you work with LSE Careers?
We encourage alumni to come back to LSE and participate in our events. We run a range of different events throughout the year and these can help your company raise their profile at LSE, whilst helping current LSE students learn about different sectors and careers skills.
For more information on careers events at LSE please contact the Employer Engagement Team.