These sessions are held every week during term time by different teams from across LSE. Please see listings below for further information of the different sessions available, when they are held and if advance booking is required.
LSE Careers offers one to one career discussions online, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons each week, throughout the year. These are booked via Career Hub.
Other times can be arranged by emailing Catherine Reynolds (email@example.com), LSE PhD Careers Consultant. Discussions cover all types of career routes and ways of building networks and experience during your PhD and beyond. Don't leave it too late!
Financial Support Office (FSO)
The PhD Funded Drop-in Sessions can help with:
- All queries relating to LSE PhD Studentships, ESRC funding, AHRC funding, Department scholarships/studentships
- Additional funding for ESRC students relating to fieldwork or overseas visits
- Final Year PhD Funding queries
Please refer to the FSO's webpages for information on their drop-in sessions.
Student Advice and Engagement Team
If you have any queries about immigration and visas, please complete the Visa Advice Query Form
The team is also available for a dedicated Visa Advice Live Chat on Tuesdays and Thursdays 3pm to 4pm.
Changes and cancellations to this service can be found here.
The Language Centre offers extensive support programmes for all PhD students throughout their studies, including a two-term Thesis Writing course and one-to-one coaching sessions on academic writing and pronunciation and presentations.
For further information, contact emails and details on how to register, please visit the Language Centre’s dedicated Moodle page for PhD students.
Two members of staff, one with a background in quantitative methods and the other in qualitative methods, will be present at each session to help with a range of methodological problems.
It is essential to sign up on Moodle beforehand to give further details of the methods query you have and to book a slot. The Zoom video link will be sent by moodle announcement on the day of each Methods Surgery.
The Methods Surgery sessions run during term time only.