Applications are considered by Academic Selectors, who are responsible for decision-making. Applicants are expected to ensure that their UCAS application is complete before submitting it to the School.
We reserve the right to ask applicants to provide further information relating to any aspect of their application in order to make a final decision. For example, information concerning entry qualifications, fee status or criminal convictions. If additional information is not provided when requested there may be a delay in the consideration of your application.
You are asked to contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office should the details or circumstances of your application change in any way, for instance, if you decide to change the A level or equivalent subjects you stated on your UCAS form. Similarly, if there are any extenuating circumstances which have an impact on your course of study eg, illness, family circumstances or disruption to the delivery of your course at school, you should contact the Office with the relevant details.
Please note: As stated in our admissions policy, the responsibility for providing accurate information regarding qualifications (grades and/or levels) and other details in relation to their application lies with the applicant and their place(s) of education. The School cannot accept responsibility or compensate for incorrect information submitted through UCAS by the applicant, unless it is advised of such errors before it has made its decision.
We do not interview applicants for any of our programmes at LSE. It is not possible for applicants to request an interview with the Admissions Selector.