Research Festival

Celebrate our #lseresearch

You’re invited to the Research Festival on Thursday 3 November in the New Academic Building.

The call for submissions has closed and it is time to find out who the winners are! Come and support exhibitors from across LSE in a day of research celebration.

The exhibition is open for visitors to drop in from 2pm and a drinks reception and prize-giving begins at 7pm. Visit for full details.

What's new

LSE Careers Marketing and Communications Fair 2016

Meet with a variety of organisations from industries including Corporate Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Publishing and more.

Meet an Alum

This weekly series of 30 minute, small group discussions brings together alumni and current students so you can find out what it’s really like to work in a particular industry.

LSE analyses US presidential election

The 2016 US election campaign has been one of the most contentious in living memory, with two highly divisive candidates in Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.


In the countdown to 8 November, hear what LSE experts have to say about the issues at stake and the battle for the White House.


The full playlist for the #LSEUSelects video series can be accessed here.

Report It. Stop It.

LSE has introduced a new 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.

Do you need special arrangements for your Lent Term exams?

If so, you will need to submit your application by Friday 11 November.


Special examination arrangements are known as Individual Exam Adjustments (IEAs) at LSE. If you think you need special examination arrangements, or have had extra time, the use of a PC, a scribe or a reader, or other provision in the past, you will need to arrange for an IEA with the Disability and Wellbeing Service.


For more information, visit

Public events

Speaker: Dr Nina Hall

Date: Monday 24 October 2016, 6.30-8pm


Rich People Poor Countries: the rise of emerging market tycoons and their mega-firms 

Speaker: Caroline Freund

Date: Tuesday 25 October 2016, 6.30-8pm


Knowing China: a twenty-first century guide 

Speakers: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, Professor Frank Pieke, Professor Patricia Thornton

Date: Wednesday 26 October 2016, 6.30-8pm


See Diary and events for more.  


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