Frozen yogurt
LSE Catering Pop-Up Frozen Yoghurt Stall |

Why not visit our new frozen yoghurt stall on the forecourt of the New Academic Building? 

It will be popping up on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday of this week, between 11am and 3.30pm. 

So come along and try this delicious low fat indulgence - on its own or with a tasty selection of toppings and sauces. 

What's new

National Pay Award agreed for 2014, effective from 1 August 2014

The national pay negotiations for 2014-2015 between UCEA and the HE trade unions reached an agreement over the national pay award, to be implemented in August 2014. Compared with the August 2013 rates of pay, the award increases all annual salary amounts on the LSE spine by 2%.


For further information on the pay negotiations visit:|


The pay scales are available to view in PDF format here|.

LSE Volunteers Brochure

The LSE Volunteer Centre and LSE SU RAG are delighted to release the 2013-14 LSE Volunteers Brochure| highlighting some of the fantastic volunteering that LSE students have completed over the past academic year.

LSE Nursery

We currently have full and part time LSE Nursery places available for children aged between 0-5 years. If you would like more information please call our friendly team on 020 7107 5966 or email||.

LSE Careers - summer opening

LSE Careers is open all summer, running lots of events, one to one careers appointments and CV checking appointments. 


Booking is now open for the China and Hong Kong Careers Fairs 2014. These events are organised in collaboration with Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial universities. They will be taking place in Beijing|Hong Kong| and  Shanghai|. Please follow the links to book your place.  


We are open every day between 10am and 5pm – if you’re no longer on campus then contact us| and we’ll be happy to arrange an appointment for you via Skype or telephone.


Remember LSE Careers is available to you throughout your degree and for two years after graduation. 

Strategic Review

LSE’s Strategic Review| led by its Director, Professor Craig Calhoun, began in October 2012 and is anticipated to last 18 months.


It is an opportunity to reflect on how things are done at LSE, and why.

Articles of Association

The School's Articles of Association are being updated and all members of the LSE community are invited to comment.


To view the draft Articles and submit comments, see Consultation on the constitution|.

Public events

Emerging Africa: how the global economy's 'last frontier' can prosper and matter|

Speaker: Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu

Date: Wednesday 23 July 2014, 6.30-8pm


Democracy and South Africa: The first Twenty Years|

Date: Monday 01 – Friday 26 September 2014


Jo Figden interviews Michael Pollan|  

Speaker: Michael Pollan

Date: Wednesday 03 September 2014, 6.30-8pm


See Diary and events| for more.

External news from LSE website

British Academy elects four Fellows from LSE|

Four academics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) have been elected Fellows of the British Academy in recognition of their outstanding research.



Rising prices, falling wages and welfare cuts – a recipe for debt  |

A new LSE report finds households in Newham, one of the poorest boroughs in London, face crippling debt and financial pressures despite a widespread desire to work and an aversion to high-cost lenders.


Saw Swee Hock Student Centre nominated for RIBA Stirling Prize|

LSE's Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, the first new building commissioned by LSE in over 40 years, has been shortlisted for the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize.


See News and media| for more.



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Literary Festival Reflections 2014|
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