Learning and personal development events

This series of events for taught students is designed to complement your academic learning and to help you make the most of your time at LSE. Follow the links in the table to sign up for sessions that interest you.

Undergraduate and MSc events
Title Date Start time End time Course code
Exams (*Easter Sessions): Preparing for Quantitative Exams|  Monday 23 March 2015 10:00 11:30
Exams (*Easter Sessions): Exam Preparation and Revision Sessions for Qualitative Exams| Monday 23 March 2015 13:00 14:30
Exams (*Easter Sessions): Preparing for Quantitative Exams| (repeat session from morning) Monday 23 March 2015 14:00 15:30
Exams (*Easter Sessions): Exam Preparation and Revision Sessions for Qualitative Exams| (repeat session from 23 March) Tuesday 24 March 2015 14:00 15:30
Exams 4: Last minute preparations and sitting the exam| Wednesday 29 April 2015 14:00 15:00 SS113
Mindfulness and performance anxiety| Thursday 30 April 2015 14:00 15:00
Exams 5: Revise and de-stress| Wednesday 6 May 2015 14:00 16:00 SS133
Mindfulness and stress management (repeat)| Wednesday 13 May 2015 12:00 13:00
Sleep well workshop (repeat)| Friday 22 May 2015 12:00 13:00
Prisoner of our own defense: stopping and starting the MSc dissertation| Thursday 16 July 2015 13:00 14:00

Other skills building opportunities for LSE undergraduates and MSc students

LSE Study Toolkit - a new web resource designed to help you tackle LSE-style study with confidence. 

Maximise Your Potential| - an intensive two week programme for undergraduates held at the end of Summer Term that offers opportunities to take part in an original research project, tailored language classes, a peer support scheme or bespoke careers advice.

MSc Dissertation Week|, also held at the end of Summer Term, is designed to support MSc students in planning, writing and making the most of their dissertation.

Learning World| - Moodle-based resources for a range of study-related skills, advice from LSE staff and links to other student-centred departments.

How do I keep a record of what I've done?

For undergraduates, LSE has set up the Personal Development Aide Memoire| (PDAM) which, combined with your enhanced academic transcript, is an alternative to the Higher Education Achievement Record. The PDAM is an individual record (built in LSE for You) of the skills you develop and the activities you undertake beyond your academic studies, such as learning development events, work experience, volunteering and involvement in clubs and societies. Once completed, it will enable you to provide information and evidence for potential employers and others about how your activities have helped you develop skills in areas such as team working, communication and problem solving.