Programme Registration for Continuing Students

Most continuing taught students will be able to re-register for their second or third years using the 'Registration for continuing students' facility in LSE for You. Seperate arrangements are in place for PhD students.

When you re-register you are confirming that you wish to continue with your studies, that you will continue to abide by the regulations and that you will pay your fees. You'll also be asked to make sure that the addresses we hold on the system are correct. 

 

When should I re-register?

The facility will become available in early September. 

The facility becomes available for different students at different times and dates for different students. You will be e-mailed once you are able to re-register. Please do not try to re-register before you receive this email as the process will fail and/or present you with incorrect alerts. 

Once you receive the email you should try to re-register as soon as possible, and no later than Friday 14 October 2016, after which the online re-registration facility will be switched off. If you fail to re-register then this will mean that you are not able to view your personal timetable, your student loan payments will not be made and if you have a visa this may be cancelled.

If you have an outstanding debt to the school you may not be able to re-register online, or in person. You should contact the Fees Office to make arrangements to clear the debt before attempting to re-register.

 

I can't re-register online

To meet UK Home Office requirements some groups of students will not be able to re-register online. If you cannot re-register online you should instead register in person at the slot for your programme as listed on the new student registration pages.

Double Degree Students
Double degree students who are coming to LSE for the second year of their degree having studied at another institution during the 2015/6 academic year will not be able to use the online facility. This applies even if you have already been issued with your LSE ID Card. You should instead register at the slot for your programme as listed on the new student registration pages.

Students returning from interruption
If you were on interruption for any part of the 2015/6 academic year you will need to register in person. This is because the UK Home Office insist that we recheck your eligibility to study in person. You should register at the slot for your programme as listed on the new student registration pages and tell the person doing your registration that you are returning from interruption. You will not get a new ID Card at registration, you should instead order one online just before your current card is due to expire.

Students returning following resits
If you were un-registered and taking re-sits in the 2015/6 academic year (because you failed to progress for example) then you will need to register in person. This is because the UK Home Office insist that we recheck your eligibility to study in person. You should register at the slot for your programme as listed on the new student registration pages. You will not get a new ID Card at registration, you should instead order one online just before your current card is due to expire.

Students with visas which are shorter than the length of your programme
If your visa is not long enough to cover the entire length of your programme then you will not be able to re-register online. You should instead re-register in person during the slot for your programme as listed on the new student registration pages. We will make sure that you are aware of the steps you need to take to get a correct visa in place before we re-register you. Students on Executive Masters programmes will be re-register online even if their visa is not long enough to cover the full length of the programme because there are separate visa verification checks in place. 

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