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How to contact us

Email us: 

disability-dyslexia@lse.ac.uk

Visit us:
Tower 3, Room 3.02 (entrance via lifts in Tower 2)
Call us: 0207 955 7567 or Ext 7567

 

DWS leaflet available here

  

Disability and Wellbeing Service

 Current home

Find out how to maximise your potential and make the most of your studies at LSE  - training, advice,  support, key processes and documents,
 

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Learn about key processes, support and training at LSE aimed at helping you manage your specific difficulties and succeed in your studies.
 
 

Prospective home 

Find out about what to do before you come to LSE, and what's available at LSE to help you maximise your potential and study effectively. 
 

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Find out about training, services, guidance and specific support for the transition into employment.
 
 

DWS Welcome event

Please join us for a Welcome Event on Tuesday 19 September, 5.30 - 7.00, on the top floor (Floor 8) of NAB, where will have refreshments and an opportunity to get to know other students and staff. We will be joined by the new Director from 6pm, Minouche Shafik, and hope you can join us as part of a very warm welcome to LSE.

Notice

LSE Careers is launching a Mentoring scheme from October 11. Our mentors are LSE Alum who have all gone through the processes of finding inclusive employers and success in the workplace. Applications for the scheme will close on Friday 29th September. To apply please complete the this form or email Viki Chinn.

Student experiences

LSE students and staff from the School's Disability and Wellbeing Service talk about the advice and support available to disabled students at LSE, as well as more generic study advice on offer to all students.

Download Video [mp4, 42MB]

Dispelling the myth

This short video highlights the support available at LSE Careers for disabled students alongside a look at why accessible recruiters genuinely wish to attract applications from disabled applicants. Hear from Disabled LSE students and Alumni about their experiences of working with LSE Careers, and from organisations who promote actively diversity within their workplace.

Download video [mp4, 47MB]  

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