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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 www.lse.ac.uk/IEA.

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Your Timetable

Personal timetables are now available in LSE for You. A timetable is only generated for registered students who have selected their courses in LSE for You.

Please check your personal timetable and email account regularly, particularly during the first few weeks of term.

For more information on missing timetables, course timetables, LSE100MT/LSE100LT, or requesting a change to class allocations, visit theTimetables webpage or read the email here.

Welcome Week 2016

Welcome Week Feedback Survey

What were your experiences of Welcome Week 2016?

Take the Welcome Week 2016 Feedback Survey to help improve Welcome Week for future LSE students and for the chance to win a £100 Amazon voucher.

The survey will remain open until Sunday 23 October.



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.

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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.