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Welcome 2021

Welcome to the LSE Department of Economics! Find key information about your Welcome Week below. Please note, these events are for Department of Economics MSc students taking EC400/EC451. 

Key Dates: Registration and Welcome Events

Registration

Registration Dates for MSc students in the LSE Department of Economics
 Date  Event

Mid to late July

MSc Economics programme (1 Year and 2nd Year Students) and MSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics programme students: Pre-arrival information will be sent to you in July via email. 

25 August 2021

MSc Economics programme (1 Year and 2nd Year Students): On-campus enrolment

25 August 2021

MSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics programme: On-campus enrolment

TBC

MSc Economics (2 Year) programme: Online re-registration. Second year students only

TBC

MSc Economics (2 Year) programme: On-campus Enrolment

18 September 2021

Welcome begins in the School from 18 September. This will include departmental activities (both on-campus and virtually). Details will be confirmed via email. 



Welcome Events


All Zoom links, event links
 and details of activities will be sent to you via email.

Welcome Event Dates for MSc students in the LSE Department of Economics
DateTime Event 

25 August

1.00pm-2.00pm

Welcome Presentation for MSc Economics 1 Year, MSc EME and MSc Economics Two-Year Students who are progressing from the first year. 

26 August

12.00pm -1.00pm

MSc Tutor and MSc Programmes Manager Presentation (Includes Q&A)

26 August

1.30pm-2.45pm

EC400 MSc Economics Programme Director Welcome Presentation (Includes Q&A)  

26 August

1.30pm-2.45pm

EC451 MSc EME Programme Director Welcome Presentation (Includes Q&A) 

26 August

3.00pm onwards

Meet your GTAs

27 August

12.00pm-1.15pm

 LSE Alumni Careers Panel

27 August

1.30pm-2.15pm

 MSc Graduates Hints & Tips on EC400 & EC451 

28 August

2.30pm onwards

Social Activities – Get Involved!

Key Information: LSE Alumni Careers Panel

Join us for a very insightful panel with alumni as they share job hunting tips, industry trends and career advice. This panel is chaired by Elizabeth Darlington, Director of LSE Careers.