Accessing CareerHub

CareerHub access and logging in instructions for:

If you are a current LSE student

Access

You will automatically have access to CareerHub after you register on campus at the start of your course. It usually takes a maximum of two days after registration until you have access. You will have access as a current student until your degree programme ends. This is usually the end of June for undergraduates and nine month master's students, and the end of September for postgraduates. After this time you will switch to having 'graduate' access.

You are eligible to use CareerHub if you are currently studying a degree programme awarded by LSE. Language Centre and Summer School students are not able to access CareerHub.

Logging in

  • Go to careers.lse.ac.uk/login
  • select Current students or graduate (completed 0-2 years ago) (see below)
  • log in with your LSE Network Account

current student or graduates careerhub login buttonCurrent LSE student login button

If you have problems

If you try logging in and see a message on CareerHub saying 'You cannot register', this usually means that your LSE Network Account username and password are correct but that you are not eligible to use CareerHub (or should be logging in using a different method). Please contact us with your name and student number if you think you should be able to access CareerHub.

'Cannot register' error screen

If your LSE Network Account username or password is incorrect then please contact the LSE IMT Service Desk on it.servicedesk@lse.ac.uk or 020 7107 5000.


If you finished your degree programme less than two years ago

Access

You will automatically switch to being a 'graduate' CareerHub user when your degree programme ends. This is usually the end of June for undergraduates and nine month master's students and the end of September for other postgraduates.

You will have graduate access for two years after your degree programme ends. Note: your access starts from your course completion date, not your graduation date.

Logging in

  • Go to careers.lse.ac.uk/login
  • select Current students or graduate (completed 0-2 years ago) (see below)
  • log in with your LSE Public Account

Your public account is what you set up when you first applied for LSE. The username is usually your personal email address.

Graduate user login button

If you are about to finish your degree programme, or have recently finished, you should check your LSE Public Account status in LSE for You, which you can also use to create and reset your password. Your LSE for You access will remain active until the December after your final results. During this time you may also be able to access CareerHub with your LSE Network Account, however we recommend you start using your Public Account as soon as your course has ended.

If you have problems

If you still know your Public Account memorable information then you can reset your password here

Otherwise if you have forgotten your LSE Public Account username and/or password or can no longer access LSE for You, please contact Ard.Transcripts@lse.ac.uk (from the email address you wish to be your username) with the following details:

  • full name (and previous names if they differ from the period of registration at the LSE)
  • date of birth
  • programme of study
  • dates of study
  • LSE student ID number
  • scanned copy of current passport ID page (or another suitable form of photographic ID)

If you are able to log in with your Public Account but then see a CareerHub message saying 'You cannot register' (see below), this usually means that your LSE Public Account username and password are correct but that you are not eligible to use CareerHub (or should be logging in using a different method). Please contact us with your name and student number if you think you should be able to access CareerHub.

'Cannot register' error page


If you finished your degree programme more than two years ago

Access

Two years after your degree programme has finished you will automatically switch to being an 'alumni' CareerHub user. You will be able to use CareerHub for three years after this point. During this time you will have access to our vacancy board and events booking only.

We can recommend some external careers consultancy services if you feel you need some one-to-one guidance or support, but please note that these services do charge.

Logging in

  • Go to careers.lse.ac.uk/login
  • select Alumni (completed 3-5 years ago) (see below)
  • log in using your CareerHub Account


Alumni user login button

The first time you log in as an alumni user you will need to set your password. If you know your student number and still have access to the email address registered with LSE then you can reset your password to set up your alumni CareerHub Account.

If you no longer have access to the email registered with LSE or you don't know your student number then complete a new login request form to gain access to CareerHub. We aim to respond to your request within one working day.

If you have problems

Please contact us if you have any issues with your CareerHub Account. If possible include your student number, a screenshot of the problem and the browser you are using.


If you are a member of research staff at LSE

Access

You can gain staff access to CareerHub if you are a member of research staff at LSE and have not finished a degree programme at LSE in the last five years.

You will need to create a staff CareerHub Account to gain access. Complete the form on the new user registration page and we’ll let you know when we’ve approved your registration. This will usually be on the same day.

Please note: if you have studied at LSE in the past and your staff ID is the same as your old student number then you will need to make up a unique staff ID to register with. We recommend adding '-staff' to the end of your staff ID.

Logging in

Once you have created a staff account go to careers.lse.ac.uk/login and select the staff member option. Enter your CareerHub Account username and password.


Staff login button

If you have problems

If you have a problem registering please contact us with your name, staff ID and a screenshot of the error message.


If you can't access CareerHub

If you are not eligible to use CareerHub then you can still access almost all of the information on our website and in our resource centre for free.

We can also recommend some external careers consultancy services if you feel you need some one-to-one guidance or support. Please note that these services do charge.

If you feel you should have access to CareerHub then please contact us.

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