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.
The facility will become available from the week commencing 14th September 2015.
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 message 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 16 October 2015, 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.
Some taught students are not able to use this facility because they need to register, in person, with the school.
Double degree students who are coming to LSE for the second year of their degree having studied at another institution during the 2014/5 academic year
Students who are returning from interruption
Students who have been unregistered (to take re-sits for example) during the 2014/5 academic year
Students whose visa records do not show eligibility to study for the whole of the 2015/16 academic year.
If you fall into one of these groups you should re-register in person at the same time as new students are registering for your programme. Please visit the Registration for New Students pages for details of when each session takes place.
Re-registration for research takes place automatically as part of the progression process. Please contact the Research Degrees Unit for more information about research re-registration.
For details on registering for courses, please visit the Course Registration pages.