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MSc Dissertation Week - 29 June-3 July 

The Teaching and Learning Centre has organised a series of events to help LSE MSc students plan, write and make the most of the dissertation they will have to write this summer.

See the full list of events and book now at MSc Dissertation Week

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Academic year reforms

From the 2015-16 session, the School will be moving to a new structure of two 11-week teaching terms followed by a seven-week Summer Term.  An additional exam period will also be held in the week prior to the start of Lent Term.

Please see the FAQs for students. You can also find a timeline of the new year here.

The School has also made some changes to the academic regulations that will apply to all students from next year. You can find a summary that explains these changes here, which contains a link to the full suite of revised regulations.  


Reduced Cost Double-Sided and Colour Printing 

For the next couple of months, there will be a temporary reduction in printing costs for colour and double-sided printing in the Library:

Black and White double-sided – 4p per page

Colour – 20p per page

To take advantage of this discount, select the print queue PRINTQKonica (b&w double-sided) from the computers located within the copy shop area on the ground floor of the Library.

For colour printing select the print queue Printqlibrarycolour which will print to the Canon printer located on the lower ground floor.

For more see the LSE IT News blog

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Fighting Homophobia in Uganda: A Conversation with Frank Mugisha

Rahul Rao will be interviewing Frank Mugisha, Executive Director of Sexual Minorities Uganda, about his experiences as a gay man and an LGBT activist in one of the most actively hostile nations towards LGBT people in the world.

The interview will last for 20-30 minutes, followed by the opportunity for the audience to ask questions. A drinks reception will follow from 7.30pm.

This event will take place on Wednesday 8 July 2015 at 6.30pm in the Thai Theatre, New Academic Building. It is free to all, but please book a place

Organised by Spectrum: The LSE LGBT+ Staff Network.