The first step is your Written Assessment Test. The test is an online Moodle test. The results will be used during your Needs Analysis Interview to help determine the most appropriate level and class for you. Please make sure you have taken the test before your interview.
Follow this link to register to take the test and then click on the 'login' option (top right hand corner) and you will be prompted to log on to the server. Use your Moodle username and password (current students and staff use your LSE username and password). The link should take you directly to the test. It is within the Language Centre section and is called 'LN00 Language Level Assessments'.
If you are not a current member of LSE you will need to set up an account which will allow you to log on to Moodle. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and we will reply to you giving you a link and instructions on how to do this. Remember you can only do this after the appropriate registration start dates.
The next step is to book your Needs Analysis Interview.
Please follow this link to to book an appointment through Moodle. Click on the 'login' option (top right hand corner) and you will be prompted to log on to the server. Use your LSE username and password. The link will take you directly to list of available interview slots grouped by language. This is all within the Language Centre section of Moodle and is called 'Needs Analysis Booking'.
If you have not done so already print off (or at least have a good read through) the Course Outline(s) for the course(s) you are interested in.
At the interview you will be given a Registration Form confirming your course choice.
Pick the time of the class that you want (students: please try and find out when your core courses are taking place before completing registration to avoid clashes). Have a look at the MFL Certificate Course: Teaching Timetable (remember you'll need to select the appropriate module code which for Language Centre courses begins LN and also the class number). You can also follow this link to the Language Centre Registrations page to check availability for this class.
Then to complete your registration come to the Language Centre Reception on the Ground Floor of 20 Kingsway (Monday-Thursday 09:30-18:30 or Fridays 09:30-17:00) to sign up and pay.
You keep the Registration Form as it has information on the programme and also acts as your receipt (along with any transaction advice if you pay by credit or debit card). Please also take note of the Frequently Asked Questions section which has lots of useful information.
Non-current LSE members
We are obliged to check if you are eligible to study in the UK.
Therefore, if you are not a current LSE student or LSE member of staff who is able to show a valid and current university ID you will need to bring proof of this eligibility with you when you come to complete your registration.
For EU citizens this will mean your passport or national identity card. For anyone else you will need to bring your passport with a valid visa showing eligibility to study for the FULL duration of the course.
You will need to show this proof when you come to complete your registration.
We will not be able to register you without this proof.
Please check what documents you might need to register for a course depending on your status.