The deadline for submitting this form has now passed. You should only submit it if you are a deferred offer holder who has decided to reinstate your application rather than paying the deferral deposit. All other files have now been disposed of and are no longer available to be reinstated.
If you missed the deadline, and wish to be considered for entry in 2015/6 you should now start a new application (you should include your previous application number if you have it, so that we can match the new application to your existing record) and supply new supporting documents.
Please fill in the form below, giving your name and ID number.
To be considered for the same programmes you applied for originally, you may leave the remainder of the form blank.
If you would like to be considered for different programmes, tick the relevant boxes to indicate which choice(s) you want to change. You must also add a new personal statement.
If there has been a material change to your application, for example if you have now completed your qualification, or if you have undertaken a new course of study, please ensure you inform us by submitting new transcripts, etc using the New information form.
We will contact you again if you are required to submit a new application assessment fee of £50 sterling before your application can be considered. Details on how to pay the fee can be found at the LSE eShop. The reinstatement fee is due by 31 January 2015. Your application will not be considered until the reinstatement fee has been received. Don't forget that some programmes have earlier deadlines than this for completed applications, and if your fee is received after the application deadline, you will not be considered.
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