There are so many ways you can get involved and be part of our LSE community!
From conducting impactful research, being a mentor or a peer supporter, or by giving your time to make a difference, you can help to shape LSE while developing your skills.
Here are just some of the ways you can be part of LSE...
Investigating and researching - learn about research skills, opportunities and tools to help you answer the questions that matter.
Showcasing and publishing - opportunities to show why your idea is important and share your idea with the world.
Engaging with civic issues - what causes matter to you? Use research to make an impact on the wider world.
Developing your career - develop skills, gain valuable experience, build your personal brand and make an impact.
Creating and innovating - learn how to develop impactful solutions that shake up the status quo.
Change Makers - get paid to investigate, innovate, and lead on the enhancement of student education and experience across LSE through independent research.
LSE Festival - get involved in events and debates around social science, and enter your research or photography into the LSE Research Competition.
Behavioural Research Lab - get paid to participate in world class behavioural research in state-of-the-art facilities at LSE.
LSE GROUPS - is an immersive, engaging and a unique learning experience offering undergraduates the chance to do original research and present it to their peers.
Student Academic Mentors - second and third year student mentors are matched with incoming first year student mentees from the same department to help new students.
Off Campus Support Scheme - help new undergraduate and General Course students who don't live in LSE halls connect with each other and our community.
Peer supporters - get trained to provide a crucial service for students to talk to other students about anything they are worried about.
LSESU Teaching Excellence Awards - recognise and nominate members of staff who have made a difference or had a positive impact on your time at LSE.
Volunteering - find a volunteering placement at a charity or not-for-profit organisation during your time studying at LSE, or do one-off opportunities.
Student voice - make your voice heard and provide feedback on your course, teaching, and any aspect of your student experience at LSE.
Faith Centre - join interfaith programmes and community events, empowering you to explore, challenge and question religious differences.
Widening Participation- get involved with LSE Widening Participation to work with young people from under-represented backgrounds to raise their aspirations and attainment.
LIFE in London - sign up to workshops, events and talks designed to inspire you to make the most of your experience in this unique city.
LSE Students' Union - join societies, get involved in social events, find support and advice, or be part of campaigning.
LSE Halls Cup - get active, do great things and overcome challenges with great people in your halls community to win the Halls Cup trophy and other prizes.
Sustainability at LSE - help cultivate a culture of sustainability on campus and in halls of residence.
LSE Arts and Music - explore LSE arts and music and discover the School's cultural talent and diversity, including music concerts, performance nights, and art exhibitions.
LSE Careers - access events and services designed to support you whatever career stage you're at, and discuss your career individually with a career consultant.
LSE Generate - get support and funding, whether you're a student or an alumn, to launch your own business or start up here in the UK or across the globe.
Digital Skills Lab - empowers you to develop the IT, coding, web design or Excel skills you need to thrive in the digital era and boost your CV.
Language Centre - learn a new language, get a new qualification, and join our language community by engaging with events and other services.