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Support and advice from orientation to exam results, including finance, accommodation and health.

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Welcome, students!

Update your address in LSE for You

All students (new and continuing) should make sure to update your addresses in LSE for You as soon as you know where you will be living in this academic year. You will need to do this at least one hour before requesting any documents from the Student Services Centre.

Course choice and timetables

See Course choice and Timetables for details on how and when to choose your courses, useful tutorials and where to go if you have any questions.

Have you registered with a GP?

Don’t leave it until you’re already ill to register with a GP! Depending where you live, some of you will be eligible to register with the St Philips Medical Centre on Campus. If not, please visit the NHS website to choose a surgery near where you live. You can find more information at lse.ac.uk/students/healthcare.

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Welcome Week Survey 2015

What were your experiences of Welcome Week 2015?

Take the Welcome Week 2015 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 Friday 23 October.


IT Open Forum - Which IT services would you like to see at LSE?

Join Nick Deyes, Director of IMT, on Wednesday 28 October for a focus group on how we can improve IT services.

Open to all students, refreshments and £10 Amazon voucher given for attendance. For more information, see the LSE IT News blog.

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Help improve internal communications at LSE

Communications is looking for students to participate in focus groups to feed into the development of internal communications.

We want to hear first-hand how you feel engaged with School news and how able you are to join conversations across LSE.

The sessions will last for one hour. If you're interested, please email communications.internal@lse.ac.uk.

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Student Counselling Service Groups and Workshops - Good Writing Psychology

This presentation, on Wednesday 14 October, looks at ways of thinking about the task of writing, with advice and tips to help manage blocks and unhelpful fears. It will include a range of management techniques for dealing with common writing difficulties, such as procrastination and perfectionism.

For more information on upcoming groups and workshops, click here. If you have any other queries, email student.counselling@lse.ac.uk or ring 0207 852 3627.


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

Language Degree Options

Why should you take a language degree option and what is available? Russian, German, Spanish, Mandarin and French are offered at many different levels by the Language Centre and are available on most undergraduate programmes.

Literature/Linguistic Degree Options

If you are an undergraduate student and wish to study how linguistics and literature fit into the framework of Society and Politics you should consider these options. Available on most undergraduate degree programmes.

Language Courses (extra curricular)

Why not start a new language or improve on your existing language skills this year? The Language Centre currently offers Arabic, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish as part of their Certificate Course programme.

LSE Language Policy

If you are a UK/EU undergraduate student who does not have a GCSE Grade C or equivalent in a foreign language that is not your mother tongue. You may qualify for a free language course under the LSE Language Policy. Meaning you can take a course at the LSE Language Centre this year at no cost!

English Support Classes

The LSE Language Centre is on hand to give you advice and support throughout your time at LSE. Come along to an information session, for your departmental cluster soon, to find out more.

Tandem Learning

Would you like to practise the language you're learning by meeting regularly with a native speaker? The Tandem Learning Programme is a great way to supplement your language learning. It is free of charge and you can benefit whatever your language level.