Key information for current students


Academic code
Clarifies what you can expect from your LSE education.

Academic support
Find out about the support available to you.

Assessment and results
Find out more about exams, other assessments, results and exceptional circumstances.

Course selection
Information about how to select your courses.

English for academic purposes
Develop the required skills to perform in an English speaking academic environment.

Everything you need to know about the logistics and procedures of taking exams at LSE.

Taking a course outside LSE
Taking courses at other University of London unis.

Information about our interdisciplinary course for all undergraduate students.

Maths support centre
Direct support for those studying for first year, and some second year, mathematics courses.

Past exam papers
Access undergraduate and postgraduate past exam papers.

Progressing with exceptional circumstances
Information for undergraduate students about entering your next year of studies when you have not met the progression requirements.

Repeat teaching
Information for students who do not progress to their next year of study.

Student Charter
Sets out how LSE’s mission and ethos are reflected in the education you can expect to receive at our School.

Information about teaching timetables for students.

Permanently withdrawing from your degree programme.

Intercollegiate registration
For students from other colleges.


Changing your mode of study
Information about changing to part-time or to full-time study for graduate students.

Dates and deadlines
Important dates and deadlines for current students.

Information Management and Technology (IMT)
Helping students connect, communicate and collaborate using IT.

IT help
Information about the IT support available for students.

IT information for new students
Relevant IT information and resources to support you as you start your studies.

Programme transfer
Information about changing degree programmes.

Confirming that you wish to continue your studies.

Student Services
Meet the teams in Student Services at LSE.

Student status documentation
Proving that you're a student at LSE.

Term dates
Information about term dates and attendance.

Visa compliance
Information for Tier 4 students about following the conditions of your visa.


Campus facilities guide
Helping you get the most out of the facilities on campus.

Campus map
Maps and information on disabled access to LSE buildings.

Information for LSE students living in halls
Support and resources to help you make the most of your stay in halls of residence.

Places to eat
Visit our catering outlets on campus.


Equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI)
Learn about the range of EDI work taking place across the School.

Faith Centre
A reflective space for all students and staff.

Financial support
Information about financial support for students.

Graduating from LSE
Information about your graduation ceremony, degree certificate, transcript and diploma supplement.

Healthcare in the UK
Find out about the NHS, registering with a doctor and the types of NHS service available to you as a student.

Individual student counselling
Find out more about individual counselling by the Student Counselling Service.

Information about pausing your studies for a year.

LSE Careers
Learn how to access the Careers resources and services at LSE.

LSE's centre for academic, personal and professional development.

LSE Nursery
Friendly childcare in the centre of London.

Visit LSE Students' Union website.

Peer support
Providing students with a space to talk and be listened to by fellow students.

Support for disabled students
A central hub for all students who are disabled, have a long-term medical condition, have a mental health condition or have a specific learning difficulty.

Training and development
Browse LSE's training and development courses for students and staff.

What if…
Answers to common questions from students.

Your first weeks
Find out what to expect from your first few weeks at LSE.