Living and moving around

At LSE, the Disability and Wellbeing Service supports students with disabilities and long-term medical conditions.

London is a historical and congested city. Living and travelling around it can sometimes be problematic, particularly if you have a disability or long-term medical condition.

Expand the sections below for advice on how to overcome some of these difficulties.

Accommodation

Disabled students may be given priority in LSE accommodation allocation. 

Accessibility at LSE

DisabledGo have produced detailed access guides to the LSE campus and residences, and route maps between key locations.

You can also download the Download the LSE accessibility map [PDF]

Moving around London

Moving around London can be difficult. The London Underground is a very old system and the majority of stations have at least some stairs. However, all buses are no accessible along with much of the overground and DLR.

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