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CUHK PhD in Laws Programme Presentation 2016

On Wednesday 17 February from 1-2pm on the fifth floor of Tower One, Professor Gregory S Gordon, Director of the PhD-MPhil in Laws Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), will provide information about the PhD Programme for all interested students.

With a world-class faculty and superior library resources, CUHK Law provides an ideal environment to pursue post-graduate research. It offers some of the best funding opportunities in the world - essentially, you would get paid generously to conduct research and write a thesis on a topic of your choice. You would earn a prestigious degree - the highest in the law – that would give you an edge in a competitive job market - especially in Asia. In addition, the degree could open to you the world of academia.

By attending the presentation, you will be eligible to sign up for the CUHK Law Summer PhD Workshop. CUHK would provide you with an all-expenses-paid trip to Hong Kong this summer to explore the campus and Hong Kong and meet with faculty and students.

After the presentation, Professor Gordon will also be available to meet with students on an individual basis to discuss the Programme and the summer workshop or answer any questions you may have.

It would be very helpful if you could register for the event in advance. This is optional to help with planning, and you may attend without registering.

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Support available from the Student Services Centre

The Student Services Centre (ground floor, Old Building) can help you access a variety of support services from across the School.

You can come visit us in the ground floor of the Old Building during our opening hours (Monday-Friday, 11am-4pm), send us an email to ssc.advice@lse.ac.uk, or call us on 0207 955 6167.


Learning Development Programmes 2015-16

LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre has just launched its programmes of events for undergraduate and MSc students that complement LSE study and build skills in areas such as essay writing, academic reading and making presentations.

For more information and bookings, see Undergraduate Learning Development Programme or MSc Learning Development Programme.

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The LSE Language Centre

We organise a series of events throughout the year, based on the languages we offer. These may include language support workshops, film showings, advice sessions on independent learning and Digital Literacy. Please take a look at our programme for this term on Moodle.