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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

  

LSE academics share their summer reading recommendations
As has become a tradition on the LSE teaching blog, our last post of the academic year features holiday reading suggestions from academics at the School. This year managing editor Jane Hindle asked some of those of who have been guest speakers at the … Continue reading

Resource of the week
In advance of Thursday’s post which features the summer reading recommendations of several LSE academics, our resource this week is designed to encourage guilt free fiction reading. Reading Fiction Improves Brain Connectivity and Function by Christopher Bergland reports on a study … Continue reading

 

The value of volunteering: “One of the highlights of university”
Many thanks to the Department of Government for allowing us to share this post. The original can be seen on their blog. Bella Mosslemans’ work with charities including Restless development and Street Child, and as President of LSESU Amnesty International Society, saw her shortlisted for the LSE’s 2015 Volunteer of the Year award. Organised by the LSE Volunteer Centre, the […]

Applications open for Queen’s Young Leaders 2016
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Royal Commonwealth Society and Comic Relief are searching for exceptional young people from across the Commonwealth that demonstrate the dedication to making a lasting change in their community and beyond and leaving a lasting legacy for Her Majesty The Queen.  In 2014, LSE alum Rosina St-James was a runner-up in the competition and we’re […]

 

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