LSE Careers works to uphold the School's principles of equality and diversity, and aims to ensure that individuals of whatever race, gender or degree of disability can have equal access to employment opportunities.
LSE Careers service has a dedicated Careers Consultant (Viki Chinn) whose focus is on the transition from education to employment for students who have a disability or a neurodiverse condition.
Applications and Interviews
Application process, disclosure, interviews, tests
Disclosure and confidentiality
Informed decision-making, legislation, reasonable adjustments
Removing barriers, examples, costs
Access to Work scheme
Adjustments in the workplace, costs
Protection from discrimination, reasonable adjustments, legal advice
There is no best time for everyone. Some disclose on the job application form, some at interview, some not until they are on the job, and some not at all. It depends on you, your disability, the type of job and the context you are working in.
You can get advice and guidance, in workshops or 1:1 meetings, on
LSE Careers has close links with disability organisations, diversity recruiters and a wide range of empolyers ensuring that you will be made aware of employment opportunities and given appropriate information, support and guidance for making the transition into employment.
Human Resources, Equality and Diversity, Access to Work Scheme, Managing Disability