There are a number of opportunities to visit the LSE campus, and find out more about applying to and studying at LSE.
Undergraduate Open Days
We hold two Undergraduate Open Days a year, and each student is able to bring one guest with them to attend.
As part of the Open Days, there is a parents' talk, specifically aimed to address questions and concerns you may have.
We also offer guided campus tours, which include a tour with a current LSE student and a presentation on applying to and studying at LSE. We welcome parents on these tours.
Self-guided campus tours
It is also possible to visit our campus any weekday between 9.30 and 17.00.
You can download the LSExplorer brochure in PDF format. The LSExplorer will enable you to 'explore' the LSE campus for yourself.
If you are a prospective LSE student and have questions that are not answered by our website, you can request an in-person appointment with a member of the Student Marketing, Recruitment and Study Abroad team.
Student Shadowing provides a unique opportunity for Year 12 & 13 students from schools and colleges in the UK to gain an insight into studying at LSE. Students spend half a day at LSE shadowing one of our undergraduate students. They experience an undergraduate lecture, a tour of the campus and get the chance to quiz students on their university life.
Offer Holders' Day
An Offer Holders' Day is held in April for undergraduate applicants with an offer of admission for entry in the same calendar year or deferred for the following year.
Offer Holders' Day is designed to ensure that students can obtain all the information they need to make a well-informed choice about whether to accept their offer of a place at LSE.
Each student is able to bring one guest with them to attend the day. As part of the event, there is a parents' talk, specifically aimed to address questions and concerns you may have.
LSE is enriched by a diverse student body. As a specialist social science institution and a leading global university we want to ensure that the widest range of perspectives and experiences are present in our classrooms.
Our pre-entry outreach programme provides free activities for students in London, helping them progress to higher education.