Personal use of LSE Careers
Staff members of LSE are welcome to use the facilities of LSE Careers free of charge but we are unable to offer appointments with our careers consultants. For any queries email email@example.com or 020 7955 7135.
Staff CareerHub accounts
LSE staff are welcome to create 'student' CareerHub accounts to view our student and alumni events and vacancies. To create an account, complete a staff registration form with your LSE email address and our Student Enquiries Coordinator will try to approve your request within one working day.
LSE runs two free career development training courses for staff throughout the year: Career Development and Marketing Yourself and Developing Your CV and Interview Skills. Search the LSE Training System to book a place.
LSE research staff can book careers discussions and careers seminars run by our PhD careers consultant. Instructions about how to access CareerHub to book appointments and events are found on our website.
Staff guide to writing references
The LSE staff guide to writing references [pdf] will give you some background as to why employers use references and an idea of what a reference looks like and what it might contain.
Graduate career data
Each year LSE Careers collects details for HESA about what students from your course have gone on to do after leaving LSE.
This data is supplied to schools and departments in the college and is made available on our website what do LSE graduates do. The information is a compulsory requirement of the QAA subject review and can be useful not only in keeping in touch with alumni but also in marketing your course to prospective students.
Each department at LSE has an allocated careers consultant who liaises with the department to arrange appropriate careers seminars and events.
These complement the programme of events at LSE Careers and are more tailored to your degree subject. Departmental talks are advertised on department notice boards or by email to individual students.