Who to contact

Information for current Language Centre BSc students about who to contact.

Please remember, if you are a current LSE Language Centre BSc student and you are unsure about who to contact please ask in The Huddle for advice.

The Huddle and The Virtual Huddle

Space in London and at LSE is at a premium. So, we have an exclusive study space, The Huddle (20 Kingsway) for Language Centre BSc students.

Opening times are 09:45-19:00 Monday-Friday during term time. Whilst The Huddle is your space and the entrance is controlled, please do not leave any personal items unatttended.

Our Academic Mentors

When you start at LSE you will be allocated an Academic Mentor. Our plan is that you have the same Academic Mentor throughout your time at LSE, including during your study abroad. They are your first point of contact for any issues you might have.

LSE Student Services Centre (SSC)

For the Students Services Centre current LSE students should use this enquiry form.

If you are not a current LSE student you can any questions you might have using the 'external' enquiry form

Language Centre staff

During your time at LSE, your first point of contact with any issues or questions is your Academic Mentor.

At the start of the academic year, your main contact in the Language Centre, should you have any questions or problems relating to Course Selection and Timetabling, is John Heyworth.

All teaching staff at LSE hold regular office hours. Office hours give you the opportunity to speak to teaching staff about any questions you might have.

Please see this information on how to contact people in the Language Centre.

Please note for office hours you should use the Student Hub to book.

Language Centre Undergraduate Examinations

The contact address for Language Centre Undergraduate Examinations is Language.Centre.Ug.Examinations@lse.ac.uk. You can send queries about use of AI, Turnitin, academic misconduct or plagiarism to this email.