You and your Departmental Tutor will be notified by email when your Repeat Teaching application is approved.
Please be aware that when your application is approved it does not definitively mean you will be able to take repeat teaching. You will need to meet all applicable fee and visa requirements.
If you have been approved for Repeat Teaching and are an international student you must contact the International Student Visa Advice Team (ISVAT) in the Student Services Centre to access detailed advice on visa applications, caps and extensions. An approval of Repeat Teaching is not an absolute guarantee that you can take the teaching; you must satisfy visa compliance.
All students will be expected to pay fees for the repeat year. These are confirmed to you in your outcome email and will appear on your account in due course.
Repeat Teaching fees are currently £562.50 per half unit equivalent for a full year of teaching. A full year of Repeat Teaching in all units currently costs £4500. Full details can be found in the Table of Fees. Please refer to the table for the academic year in which you would take Repeat Teaching. Repeat Teaching fees are paid in the same way as normal programme fees and any questions about how to pay should be directed to the Fees Office.
Repeat Teaching fees are currently the usual yearly fee for the programme which you are studying. Full details can be found in the Table of Fees. Repeat Teaching fees are paid in the same way as normal programme fees and any questions about how to pay should be directed to the Fees Office.
If you do meet all relevant requirements you will then need to register for the new academic year.
If you are returning from interruption, have been unregistered during the previous year or hold a visa that does not cover you for the entirety of the new academic year, you must register in person. You should register at the time confirmed for new students on your programme. This information can be found here.
Continuing students who do not fall into any of the above categories can register via LSE for You from the beginning of September. More information can be found here.
If your application is rejected and you wish to appeal, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ask why your application has been rejected. Further to this you may submit a statement to the RTP explaining the reasons for appeal, and submitting more or new evidence as appropriate. You may also be required to obtain an updated recommendation from your Departmental Tutor.
You must submit this recommendation along with a letter of appeal to email@example.com. The deadline for submitting your appeal will be included in your initial outcome email.
You may be asked to appear at a Panel meeting in person to discuss your appeal.
If you do not make a successful Repeat Teaching application or subsequent appeal you will automatically be re-entered to take your outstanding papers as an unregistered student during the applicable exam session the following academic year. Further information about re-entry can be found here.