At LSE we use a number of different systems to support teaching and learning and it may not always be clear at the beginning what system you need to use for what task. Here is a brief overview for you.
The School’s main Welcome will be during the week from Monday 23 to Friday 27 September, but there are various social events for students arriving early.
The academic year at LSE may be different to the structures from your previous academic institution, so here is your guide to what is happening when.
We previously posted about registration. Lots has happened since and we thought we should give you an update.
In the Philosophy Department, we are fortunate to have 24 members of faculty, as well as various visiting associates in the Centre for the Philosophy of Natural and Social Sciences (CPNSS). Rather than wait until September, we thought we should introduce a few of these folks to you now!
We know how eager you are to select your courses, but you still have some time to make up your mind and can also attend a couple of lectures before finalising your choice.
You will be able to browse courses on LSE for You using the Graduate Course Choice option during Welcome Week. The browsing window opens on Monday […]
LSE can recommend adjustments for students with disabilities or long term medical conditions to meet their individual needs. Reasonable adjustments may include use of a study room, one-to-one study support or use of specialist equipment, extended loans on library books or access to assistive technology.
For some of you English may not be the first language. The LSE Language Centre and LSE LIFE run several classes and workshops before and during term time for those who wish to improve their skills.
There are a few people in the life of an MSc student that you might want to build a good rapport with as they form an important link to the School’s Student Services and will be able to assist you when things are not going according to plan. Your programme coordinators have already been introduced in a previous […]