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New Arrivals

2017-18

Registration 

All new and continuing students must register for their degree programme.  New students attend a scheduled registration event and most continuing students re-register online.

Please visit programme registration to view your registration method and schedule. 

  • MSc in African Development Friday 22 September 10:45am – 11:30am
  • MSc in Development Management Friday 22 September 10:45am – 11:30am
  • MSc in Development Studies Friday 22 September 10:15am – 10:45am
  • MSc in Development Studies (Research) Friday 22 September 10:15am – 10:45am
  • MSc in Health & International Development Wednesday 20 September 3:00pm – 3:45pm
  • MRes in International Development Friday 22 September 10:45am – 11:30am
  • MSc in International Development & Humanitarian Emergencies Friday 22 September 11:30am – 12:00pm
  • MSc in Population & Development Wednesday 20 September 3:00pm – 3:45pm

 

Welcome Events

This timetable is for 2017 induction week events specific to the International Development department. 

For a list of events sponsored by LSE, visit LSE Welcome Week 2017. Download the Welcome Guide 2017 [pdf].

Visit the Help Desk for assistance with questions or to take a campus tour. Have a look at the LSE campus map to find your way around LSE.

Preliminary Reading Lists

Economics Workshop Enrolment

The International Development Department will run a Pre-Sessional Economics Workshop available to International Development and International Development joint students who have no Economic background.

The workshop will run on Monday 18th September and Tuesday 19th September 2017. No registration rquired.  

 

Common Room

There is a common room that is available for use by International Development students only on the 6th floor of Connaught House. 

You will need an LSE card to enter the room. 

Chevening Scholarships for International Development

What are Chevening Scholarships?

Chevening Scholarships are the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. The Scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year Master’s degree.

Who can apply for a Chevening Scholarship?

Chevening Scholarships are for talented people who have been identified as potential future leaders across a wide range of fields, including politics, business, the media, civil society, religion, and academia. Applicants should be high calibre graduates with the personal, intellectual and interpersonal qualities necessary for leadership. Chevening Scholars come from over 110 countries worldwide (excluding the USA and the EU), and this year the Scholarships will support approximately 700 individuals. There are over 41,000 Chevening alumni around the world who together comprise an influential and highly regarded global network.

When do applications for Chevening Scholarships open?

The deadline for applying for a Chevening Award for 2015/16 has now passed. Applications for the 2016/17 will open in August 2015. See the country pages at www.chevening.org for more details.

How to apply for a Chevening Scholarship

For information on applying for a Chevening Scholarship, subscribe to alerts at www.chevening.org and read the guidance available at www.chevening.org/apply. Full information about deadlines and priority subjects for countries which offer Chevening Scholarships will be available on the country pages of www.chevening.org.

Orientation meeting

All Chevening students in the UK are invited to a reception at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

During the School's Induction week, each department at the LSE hosts a reception for all the new students and the International Development's reception for the upcoming academic year will be held on Thursday 24th September (see full schedule)

As Chevening students are from all parts of the globe we feel it is important that you get to know one another early in the academic year. International Development may hold a separate reception during the early weeks of Michaelmas term specifically for International Development British Council students (numbers permitting). Could all Chevening students make themselves known to the office during the first week of term.

Cumberland Lodge

Every year International Development offers students the opportunity to attend a series of workshops at Cumberland Lodge in Great Windsor Park. Each workshop is designed by International Development academic staff and addresses a particular issue which is relevant to each programme.

Attending one of the International Development workshops is a wonderful opportunity to explore and discuss matters of common concern in an informal and relaxed environment. Spaces are limited but Chevening students can use their travel fund to apply for a place at one of the workshops.

Further information about Cumberland Lodge.

Accommodation in London

Aside from the course you are taking at the School, the most important aspect of your time in London is likely to be the place in which you live. The information on the LSE's Accommodation Office website is designed to give you an idea of the range of residences, both LSE and Intercollegiate (University of London) and private housing options available.

Some Chevening scholars stay at private resident halls in London, such as Goodenough College and the International Student Hall. The British Council website also provides useful information about living in the UK for international students new to the UK.

Questions and answers for new students

There are many questions that you will want to ask, and your first port of call should be to look at the International Development Frequently Asked Questions page.

Contacts: following your arrival at International Development, the administrative team will be glad to assist you with any queries you may have about your programme.