Student representation

Your views and experiences matter to us. We work with Student Academic Representatives who sit on the Staff Student Liaison Committees (SSLC) to ensure that your voices are heard, and that we act on your feedback as much as we can.

At the start of the year you will be asked if you would like to represent your programme on the Staff Student Liaison Committee. The IR Department has three SSLCs: for Undergraduate, Post-graduate Taught Courses, and Research Students.

Find out more about the IR Department Staff Student Liaison Committees

Find out who your current IR Student Academic Representatives are
(access to LSE students/staff only)


Getting in touch

If you have an idea or feedback you'd like to share with us, get in touch with your Student Academic Representatives via email or verbally.



Alternatively, we are now offering you the option to contact your reps through the new  student voice and feedback platform, Unitu.



Unitu is an online message board that supports and enhances the SSLC system by allowing any student to post feedback and ideas relating to your experience at LSE.

Available on Moodle and on your mobiles, Unitu allows for much speedier and transparent discussion and resolution of issues relating to your programme, Department or LSE as a whole. Visit lse.unitu.co.uk

We are excited for you to try it and get involved!

How Unitu works (video)

You should have received an email from Unitu with a link to activate your account, but if you haven't please contact us on ir.comms@lse.ac.uk.