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If you’re staying in London during the Christmas vacation, visit the LSE website to find out more about services available for students outside of term time and events taking place to help you have a healthy and happy holiday period.
At LSE we take student views seriously. Students are key contributors to our School community, and colleagues from across the School are listening to students and working collaboratively with them to enhance their experiences.
View the slideshow to find out more about some of the things we’re currently doing at School-level in response to student feedback.
We always welcome staff and student input, and value you taking the time to tell us what you think. If you have any further suggestions or comments, please get in touch.
Graduating this winter? You can use LSE Careers services up to five years after your course ends!
Once you have finished your course, you will be able to access our services by creating a CareerHub account. Reset your password on the CareerHub login page to create the account - you can do this while you are still a student.
Throughout Lent Term, LSE Careers runs a diverse range of seminars and panels aimed at students who are thinking of working in the development sector.
More information and booking will be on LSE CareerHub nearer the time.
LSE has introduced an online tool for reporting harassment and bullying. This initiative, led by LSE’s EDI Taskforce, supports LSE’s values for an inclusive working and social environment in which all people are treated with dignity and respect. It is all of our responsibility to uphold these values and it’s vital we encourage, support and behave appropriately to one another.
You don’t need to put up with harassment and bullying. If you have experienced it or witnessed it, you can report it here.
On Sunday 11 December between 8am-8pm, LSE IT services will be intermittently unavailable throughout the day while IMT perform essential maintenance to the network.
Find out more on the LSE IT News Blog.
Lent Term Events Leaflet Online Now!
The pdf of the Lent Term events leaflet can now be browsed online. Speakers at LSE next term include Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservatives.
Pressing For Change: 25 years seeking trans equality
Speaker: Stephen Whittle
Date: Tuesday 10 January 2017, 6.30-8pm
Full details coming soon, browse the Spring events leaflet for more.
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