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Come and see Eric Schmidt, former Chief Executive Officer of Google, speak at LSE on Friday 14 October.
Information about how and when you can request a ticket can be found online.
LSE Careers has a dedicated Careers Consultant whose focus is on the transition from education to employment for students who have a disability or a neurodiverse condition.
You can find more information for students with disabilities on the LSE Careers website.
Spread across two evenings on campus, this highly successful fair gives you access to a diverse range of consultancies.
RISe is the Research Division's Research Development Programme.
Learn key information about funding opportunities and clarify understanding around REF and KEI. Interact with experts face to face, improve your working practice and become inspired by your peers and success stories.
Research Division supports you throughout the lifecycle of your research, from developing your research idea into a successful grant proposal and managing your award, through to knowledge exchange and impact (KEI), and the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
This week the Finance Division launched the LSE Finance Hub - a new online portal for students, sponsors and commercial clients to access LSE financial services in one place.
Available 24/7, the Finance Hub provides users with a quick and secure way to:
For more information about this new service, please visit lse.ac.uk/financehubhelp.
Don't worry , LSE Catering will be setting up more hot desks to help you get set up:
Once activated, the card can be used for convenient and secure contactless payments at all LSE Catering outlets and allow you to earn a five per cent loyalty reward. Using your card for payments will also make you eligible for future special offers and promotions.
Plus spend £30 or more on your card to be entered into our monthly prize draw* to win an extra £10 loyalty. Come along and find out how you can save. (*Prize draws will run into Dec 16).
Speakers: Jonathan Fenby, Yu Jie, Gideon Rachman
Date: Tuesday 04 October 2016, 6.30-8pm
Why Washington Won't Work
Speaker: Professor Marc Hetherington
Date: Wednesday 05 October 2016, 6.30-8pm
Brexit Britain: what went wrong and what next?
Speakers: Owen Jones, Marina Prentoulis, Ash Sarkar, Yanis Varoufakis, Amelia Womack and others
Date: Saturday 08 October 2016, 11.00am-5pm
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