Taught Graduate Registration

When should I register?

The date of your registration will have been confirmed in your offer letter. 

If you are required to register early (before Friday 16 September) to attend a pre-sessional course as part of your programme you can confirm the time and location by checking the pre-sessional registration schedule.

Registration for all other graduate students will take place in the Hong Kong Theatre on

  • Friday 16 September 2016
  • Monday 19 September 2016
  • Tuesday 20 September 2016
  • Wednesday 21 September 2016
  • Thursdsay 22 September 2016
  • Friday 23 September 2016

Times and dates for each programme are shown in the Taught Masters Registration Schedule. . 

We expect you to register on time, however we also recognise that this may not always be possible. If you expect to register late please first make sure that your department is happy with late registration you can then attend one of the following dedicated late registration sessions:

  • Monday 26 September  2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Tuesday 27 September 2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Wednesday 28 September 2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Thursday 29 September 2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Friday 30 September 2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Monday 3 October 2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Wednesday 5 October 2016 - 11am to 12noon
  • Friday 7 October - 11am to 12noon
  • Monday 10 October - 11am to 12noon
  • Wednesday 12 October - 11am to 12noon
  • Friday 14 October - 11am to 12noon.

If you are registering after Friday 14 October please come to the Student Services Centre between 11am and 12noon or 2pm and 4pm, Monday to Friday. 

All students must register before 21st October 2016. It is not possible to register after 21st October.   

Where should I register?

The locations for pre-sessional registration sessions vary and are confirmed on the pre-sessional registration schedule.

Registration for new undergraduate students takes place in the Hong Kong Theatre on the Ground Floor of Clement House. 

Late Registration sessions take place in the Student Services Centre, on the Ground Floor of the Old Building. 

To find out where the registration venues are located please visit Maps and Directions.

What should I do before leaving home?

In order to avoid delaying your registration, please ensure that you have submitted all required admissions documents before you arrive at the School.

You can check the status of your offer and any submitted documents through the Graduate Application Tracker, which you can access through your LSE for You account.  

The acceptance of your offer and your Financial Undertaking Form should be submitted via  LSE for You.

Graduate Admissions will be available at registration but it will slow your registration if you need to submit documents to them first. If you do have outstanding documents it will speed things up if you bring both originals and copies with you. 

Please also make sure that you have collated all of the  necessary documents required for registration.

What can I do if I miss my scheduled registration time?

We expect you to register on time. In some exceptional circumstances it may, however, be possible for you to register late. 

All Diploma, MSc and MRes students must register by Friday 21 October but some programmes have much earlier cut-off dates. If you are going to register late you must contact your academic deaprtartment to discuss when you can register. 

Dates, times and locations for late registration sessions will be published here during Welcome Week.

Visit Late Arrivals for tips on settling in if you miss your scheduled Registration time.


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