We are the central hub for all students who are disabled, have a long-term medical condition, have a mental health condition or have a specific learning difficulty (such as dyslexia or dyspraxia).
We support LSE in its commitment to enabling all students to achieve their full potential in an environment characterised by dignity and mutual respect. We aim to ensure that all individuals are treated equitably.
For Current Students
LSE is committed to making your time at the School as rewarding as possible. LSE provides a range of services aimed at making sure that you can get everything you need to study effectively, live comfortably, and access the School's resources.
A key part of our work is working with you to create an Inclusion Plan. As part of this you will need to think about disclosing your condition and providing documents and evidence.
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For Prospective Students
LSE is committed to equitable treatment for all students at every stage of their educational experience, including during the application process. We can support and guide you in dealing with disability-related issues before you start your course of study.
Read preparing my support at LSE for more information on what you need to do and how we can help you.