Our free online vacancy board is the most effect way to advertise your opportunities to LSE students. It is free to use, can be accessed by all current students and recent alumni. On average over 1000 students visit the vacancy board each day.
Students look at our online vacancy board first for details on opportunities including:
Spring insight weeks
Part time and casual jobs
Please read our recruitment guidelines and terms and conditions for more details.
We will only advertise opportunities which comply with National Minimum Wage legislation. Unpaid positions will only be considered if they are with a registered charity, voluntary organisation, associated fund raising body or statutory body; or voluntary roles which pass the ‘worker test’ as described in the NUS and UCU advice.
Sandwich and placement years
LSE courses do not include a placement year/year in industry we would advise against advertising these roles to our students.
Competitions, awards and scholarships
LSE Careers will advertise these on our social media channels in accordance with our terms and conditions. We require a summary of the opportunity including the application method in less than 200 words and in blog post form in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advertising on behalf of a third party
If you will be advertising vacancies for your clients, there is a fee of £100+VAT per vacancy advertised. The vacancy board is only free to use if a company itself directly posts their adverts.
Targeting and promoting your opportunity
Our targeted email service can be combined with posting an opportunity on our vacancy board to ensure the right students view your vacancy and help increase the number of relevant applications you receive.
Further promote your opportunity to our students and graduates. Banner advertisements on our vacancy board website, CareerHub, are now available to purchase.
If you are a LSE staff member looking to hire LSE students/alumni we strongly encourage you to advertise through the vacancy board. More information on hiring students can be found on CareerHub.
LSE Careers manages a Parliamentary internship programme, connecting LSE postgraduate students who want to volunteer with members of the House of Commons, House of Lords and the House Administration. For further information on the programme see Parliamentary Internships.
Vacancy advertising process
Make sure you have read the information on this page and in our terms and conditions.
Complete a new opportunity form on CareerHub by following our guidelines. Your organisation needs to be registered on CareerHub to access this form.
A member of the Employer Engagement team will review the opportunity in accordance with our guidelines and terms and conditions. They will contact you if more information is needed within a working day of you submitting the vacancy.
Once your opportunity meets these requirements it will be published on the vacancy board on the date you have chosen in the form. You can also chose the date which the vacancy expires.
If you want to change any of the details of one of your current opportunities, then you need to submit a change request (you cannot directly alter your live vacancies). Once we have received the request we can approve and publish the changes.