The LSE LIFE team, together with advisers and specialists from Careers, the Library, the Language Centre, and others can offer you: spaces where you can meet students from other programmes and departments, one-to-one advice and group workshops, and special events to explore how to make the most of your time at LSE.
Academic Support Librarians
The Academic Support Librarian for your department is your main point of contact with the Library. Academic Support Librarians can provide advice with researching for assignments, dissertations and projects, show you library resources, advise on citing and referencing your work, and direct you to resources available at other libraries.
LSE Language Centre
Members of staff are always available in the Language Centre to help you in your language learning. Visit Learning Support for more information.
Academic Mentoring Portal
The Academic Mentoring Portal contains information, resources and key contacts to help you make the most of your time at LSE, your relationship with your Academic Mentor, and specific support for all students.
Digital Skills Lab
Learn essential tools to help you with your coursework and your future career. The Digital Skills Lab offer workshops and online self-study in Microsoft Office, web design, coding and more.
Please see departmental academic support for information about the local assistance your academic department can offer you. This includes support from your: Academic Mentor (previously Academic Adviser), Departmental Tutor (undergraduate), Programme Director (postgraduate), Programme Administration.
Students supporting students
LSE has a number of schemes for students to support one another. The Peer Support Scheme at LSE provides trained peer supporters that can help with a range of problems.
Advice about assessments from students and the LSE Students' Union
Check out this page for useful information, advice and tips about exams from other students, the LSE Students Union and staff.
The School Senior Advocate for Students
Dr Pete Evanson, can provide advice and guidance on a range of pastoral and academic issues. He can also act as a mediator/negotiator between individual students, or groups of students and any member of staff or School Department/Division, to try and informally resolve issues at an early stage.
Dean of the General Course
Mark Hoffman has responsibility for all matters relating to those students attending the General Course programme. He is available to see any General Course student who wishes to raise any problem, academic or otherwise, including course selection, credit transfers to home universities, and accommodation issues.
Adviser to women students
Dr Bingchun Meng is available to discuss issues of concern to women students in the School and to offer advice and support to female students with personal problems.