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LSE Careers
Level 3, Tower 3 (TW3)
Clements Inn
London WC2A 2AZ

 

Tel:  +44 (0)20 7955 7135
Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 6846
General queries: careers@lse.ac.uk

 

LSE Language Centre
Ground Floor, 20 Kingsway
Houghton Street

London
WC2A 2AE

 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 6713
Email: languages@lse.ac.uk

 

LSE Teaching and Learning Centre
Floor 5, 20 Kingsway
LSE
Houghton Street

London
WC2A 2AE

 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7852 3627
Email: tlc@lse.ac.uk

 

LSE100
KSW.G405
LSE
Houghton Street
London
WC2A 2AE

 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7107 5367/5361
Email: LSE100@lse.ac.uk

 

Academic and Professional Development Division

The Academic and Professional Development (APD) Division combines the strengths of LSE Careers, LSE Language CentreLSE Teaching and Learning Centre and LSE100, who work together to help maximise the academic and professional development of staff and students.

APD's 2010/11 Review

Browse here, download a PDF or, if you'd like a hard copy, please email tlc@lse.ac.uk

 
Maximising your potential
Maximise Your Potential: special events for undergraduates 

Wondering what to do once you've recovered from exams? We have the perfect solution: a series of free events and courses that will enhance your skills and get you ready for what lies ahead.
 
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Overview of APD

The four units maintain their distinctive identities. For further information please see this Overview.
 

News and events from APD

 

Tandem Learning Events for Fudan Students
A series of tandem activities were organised for our first visitors from Fudan University. They run parallel to the English programme which Fudan students have been taking at LSE. This is part of the Summer Language Exchange Programme with Fudan … Continue reading

Today: Day Jobs and the Twilight World
LSE Space for Thought – LSE Language Centre Literary Festival presents: Day Jobs and the Twilight World 17:15 – 18:45 Wolfson Theatre  Although the cliché of the novelist as a typically bohemian, solitary, garret-inhabiting individual persists, in reality today, as … Continue reading

  

Resource of the week
Tomorrow’s post features an interview with Alex Voorhoeve (from LSE’s Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method) about the use of class participation marks in evaluating and assessing students’ work. As a prelude, we’re offering here some links to resources … Continue reading

Embedding skills development in departments
LSE academic developer Dr Esther Saxey reports on the ways in which LSE departments are encouraging the development of students’ academic skills, with a particular focus on International History’s new Thinking Like a Historian course Several LSE departments have created … Continue reading

 

How to find a job in a startup
Job Hunting. What just came into your mind as you read those words? The seemingly endless trawling of jobsites? Preparing for a 17 stage-assessment centre? Firing off your CV and cover letter 30 seconds before the deadline? For many job sectors, the traditional job search still stands; you hunt for a job advert online, target and submit your CV and marketing […]

Introducing the Generate mentoring morning!
Tech Crunch calls them the The Secret Weapons Of Successful Startups, Micahel Bloomberg and Richard Branson would be nowhere without them them, and the 2012 Dimensional Research survey states that they are the number one request by millennials worldwide. Yes, indeed, mentors are the way to go, according to the startup world. In some ways, there’s nothing innovative about using […]

 

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