The purpose of “advice and feedback hours” is to give students regular access to teachers. This gives you the opportunity to talk to your course teachers on a 1-2-1 basis. If you need clarification on a particular topic, are having any difficulties with the course, or if you are interested in their particular field of study and want to know more, you can visit the course teacher during their advice and feedback hour. You can see any teacher during their advice and feedback hour, even if you are not a student on one of their courses.
All teachers hold an advice and feedback hour at least once a week during term time. Some teachers operate a drop in session, whilst others ask you to book an appointment via LSE for You. You can check a teacher’s advice and feedback hour on the Who’s Who pages of the departmental website, on the sign outside their office door and, for some courses, on Moodle. If you are unable to attend a particular advice and feedback hour, for example because of a timetable clash, you can contact the individual teacher to arrange an appointment at an alternative time.