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Julia Black

Got a question for LSE? Come to the Director’s Open Forum

LSE’s Interim Director Julia Black (pictured) will host an Open Forum for all students on Wednesday 1 February from 12.15-1.45pm in the Old Theatre, Old Building.

The School is committed to improving meaningful engagement with its students on matters that especially impact them. Perhaps you have questions on why LSE has entered TEF2 and what the School is doing post-Brexit to support students’ interests. Or perhaps you’d like to discuss ethical issues, or ask about the marketisation of the HE sector, and whether LSE has plans to invest more in disability and mental health provision.

Whatever burning issue is on your mind, come to the Open Forum. This is a student-only event, and all students are invited to attend, to ask questions, share their views and engage in dialogue with Julia, who will be representing the School Management Committee - or you can just come along to listen to the debate.

No booking will be required beforehand - please just come to the Old Theatre at 12.15pm on the day.

We look forward to seeing you there. If you have any queries beforehand, please email communications.internal@lse.ac.uk.


Take the National Student Survey (NSS) and make a difference

NSS 2017 is now open for all final year undergraduates!

Share your views and make a difference to the next generation of LSE students.

You’ll receive a £5 Amazon voucher as a thank you for your time, plus the chance to win £100.



LSE LIFE is the School's new centre for academic, personal, and professional development. It is the place to come for all undergraduate and taught master’s students for support, guidance, and ideas about how to succeed in your studies and extend your learning and discovery outside the classroom.

We are open Monday to Friday, 10.00-19.00 and Saturday, 10.00-18.00 - you can come anytime during those hours. To find out more about us, visit lse.ac.uk/lselife, send an email to lselife@lse.ac.uk, or simply come ask us in person in LSE LIFE on the ground floor of the Library.

LSE Building Leaves

LSE Access Guides

You can find access guides for all of LSE’s buildings here.

The DisabledGo guides provide a summary of all of our venues’ accessibility with detailed information and photographs to enable you to plan your journeys.

This work was led by the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce, in partnership with the Estates and Residences Divisions.

LSE on Glass

EU Referendum result - information for students

Following the UK vote to leave the EU, a dedicated web page has been set up to provide regular news and updates to students and staff as the situation develops.

For the latest FAQs and useful external links, please visit the LSE blog.

LSE Old Building

How are your tuition fees spent?

Did you know? In the 2015-16 academic year, LSE spent:

- £19.4m on direct financial support to students in the form of scholarships
- £15.4m on providing IT Services and teaching and learning facilities
- £8.0m on providing Library services
- £3.1m on LSE LIFE - the School's new centre for academic, personal, and professional development

Plus the School invested £27.6m into improving student learning and teaching spaces across campus. For more information, click here.