At the Psychology@LSE we have over 150 students across the MSc and PhD programmes. It is important to us that we enable students to settle in at the LSE with relative ease and speed. In order for students to adjust to life at the LSE we provide a number of services that we see as essential to this 'settling in' process.
They include 'Student Services' and 'The Teaching and Learning Centre' where, for example, study skills and language skills expected at the LSE can be developed or enhanced. In our department, we also have a Psychology Workshop which is dedicated to providing assistance with technical requirements and borrowing of equipment.
We would also recommend that you 'get involved' and participate in the governance of the department by joining the, once a term, Psychology@LSE committees. The staff-student committee at the Psychology@LSE is a forum that aims to discuss and address issues arising both within the department and across the programmes of study. More broadly, involvement with the student union is an ideal way to participate and to broaden your experience here at the LSE.
We recognise that for many students the first few weeks can appear quite daunting so with this in mind the School and the department host a number of events to make this transition easier. For more information on what's taking place click here
Also, on this website we present profiles of current students' so that all can share their research interests and experiences across the field of Social Psychology. Add your profile here