LSE Careers works to uphold the School's principles of equity and diversity and aims to ensure that individuals can have equal access to studying and employment opportunities regardless of age, disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief, sex, sexual orientation or personal circumstances.
Working with various departments at LSE, we aim to provide a range of services to students:
- Dedicated Careers Consultant specialising in disability and employment with a focus on the transition from education to employment
- Close collaboration with the Disability and Well-being Service involves regular cross-referral between disability and LSE Careers
- Email advice and guidance regularly given to disabled students
- Advice given on recruitment process, disclosure, reasonable adjustments and other disability issues
- Close links with disability organisations ensures all opportunities for disabled students (internships, networking opportunities and similar) are sent direct to LSE Careers and advertised accordingly
- Partnerships with diversity recruiters allows referral of students to relevant employers to discuss individual needs
Booking appointments and events
LSE Careers can help you with any aspect of your career; this might be specifically related to your disability.
Viki Chinn specialises in matters relating to disability and careers and you can request to meet with her specifically by contacting her directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bookings for careers appointments and events are via LSE CareerHub. If you would like to discuss bookings or for any initial careers-related enquiries please contact the Student Enquiries Co-ordinator at email@example.com or 020 7955 7135.
All materials available in hard copy in information library. Alternative formats available upon request.
Disability and wellbeing office
The team at the LSE Disability and Well-being Office are the main point of contact for non-careers related issues concerning disability. They can help on a wide range of issues including access to dyslexia tutors, the issue of ‘reasonable adjustments’ and Individual Student Support Agreements (ISSA). You can contact them on 020 7955 7767 and refer to the links below: