LSE LIFE Study Advisers
You may want to have a one-to-one session with one of our study advisers. They can help you with reading, making notes, writing, research, exam revision, and other study-related tasks or questions. These 30-minute sessions take place in LSE LIFE Workspace 1. A meeting room is available on request if you would prefer to discuss your question in private.
If you come to LSE LIFE for a booked one-to-one session, let the person at the LSE LIFE reception desk know you are there for your appointment and he/she will direct you to your study adviser.
Study advisers can help with work such as understanding the essay question/topic, planning an essay, developing the structure of a piece of writing in the early stages. However, they will not be able to provide much support with last-minute requests. Please note that proof-reading is not part of the LSE LIFE offer. For information about proof-reading, please visit the Language Centre website.
Sessions are available every day, 10am - 6pm.
Book a session with an LSE LIFE Study Adviser on LSE for You.
Walk & Talk
Discuss study-related topics with an LSE LIFE adviser, while taking a stroll around Lincoln’s Inn Fields.
Why walk and talk? Research from the fields of education and psychology shows that a change from your usual work environment, a gentle walk, fresh air and the sounds of spring can all inspire diversity of thought and well-being:
- Walking can open up the free flow of ideas, creativity and problem-solving.
- Talking with someone can help explore different perspectives and options.
- Green spaces can be refreshing and help restore attention and focus.
Look out for Walk & Talk sessions with LSE LIFE Study Advisers on LSE for You.
Not in London over the summer? No problem. Our Skype one-to-one sessions offer you the opportunity to speak with an LSE LIFE study adviser even if you’re not in London. Look out for Skype sessions with LSE LIFE Study Advisers on LSE for You.
Quantitative methods advisers
Overwhelmed by your data? Discuss practical questions about quantitative methods and working with quantitative data analysis software in your dissertation.
Look out for sessions with our Quantitative methods advisers on LSE for You.