LSE halls of residence will remain open as will some parts of campus, with limited access to the Library, learning spaces in the Centre Building and testing centres only, as long as it is safe to do so and in line with government guidance.
Teaching and learning
For the remainder of the 2020/21 academic year, all compulsory teaching, learning and assessments, including those taking place in Summer Term 2021, will be delivered online.
By shifting our mode of delivery, we will be able to focus our efforts on providing the best teaching and education experience possible - leaving open the opportunity for in-person engagement as soon as it is deemed safe to do so.
All programmes will continue to maximise students’ ability to work together and contribute to your learning community. A mix of interactive activities between classes will give you the opportunity to connect with our world-leading faculty, share ideas with fellow students and engage with LSE’s rich education and research culture.
Opportunities outside of the classroom
We know your experience at LSE is shaped outside of the classroom too, and we will offer you a range of exciting opportunities to develop skills and try new things. These include giving back through volunteering, developing your entrepreneurial ideas via LSE Generate, shaping your community through LSE Students’ Union activities and societies and our new online public lecture programme.
Enhancing health and safely
Across campus and halls of residences, we will introduce enhanced health and safety measures.
Read the 'What's been done to make campus as safe as possible?' FAQ below, or watch how we're putting safety measures in place to help make LSE COVID-secure.
Supporting your studies and your wellbeing
We are committed to working in partnership with you to enhance your experiences. Disability and Wellbeing Services, Careers, Student Advice and LSE LIFE will continue to be available to guide you through the next academic year and beyond through excellent online and in-person services where possible.