The destination survey has begun, for those of you who graduated between August and December 2016. The survey, which gathers information on what graduates go on to do after graduation, is known as Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE). It is commissioned by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), and all UK higher education institutions are required to run the […]
Nurit Nobel completed the MSc Organisational Psychology at LSE in 2013. She now works as a Brand Consultant and Client Director at LynxEye brand consultants.
” I immensely enjoyed the overall LSE experience – in particular the lecture series.”
Find out more about Nurit Nobel and her experiences on her graduate profile page.
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While boundaries between sectors are becoming more blurred and moving between sectors increasingly common, making the move from the corporate to not-for-profit sector certainly throws up some of its own challenges. Here we share the wisdom of some panellists from a recent LSE Careers event discussing these career transitions to give you an insight into how to manage the process […]
On Wednesday 29 March, LSE Careers is hosting a panel and networking evening to support the career development of current students and alumni with 2+ years’ experience in the private sector who are interested in making the move from the corporate world to not-for-profit organisations. The evening will begin with a panel discussion between 7 and 8pm when a group […]
If you graduated from LSE 2-5 years ago and have 2-5 years of experience working in the international development sector, LSE Careers would like to invite you to an alumni networking evening. Date: Thursday 30 March 2017 Time: 6:30-9pm Venue: New Academic Building (NAB) The evening will provide a platform for informal networking with fellow alumni over drinks and canapés […]
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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.