Registration

Registration - a two-stage process: pre-enrolment & campus enrolment

Information on the Pre-Enrolment and Campus Enrolment process

20_0133-Welcome_WebAssets_747x560_YourStudies (3)To become a fully registered student, all new undergraduate and study abroad students, and the majority of new postgraduate students, will be required to undertake a two-stage registration process: Online pre-enrolment and Campus Enrolment. 

The deadline to pre-enrol, campus enrol, and online re-register was Friday 22 October 2021. If you have missed the deadline due to exceptional circumstances, please contact your department to discuss the possibility of a short extension.

 If your department has granted you a short extension to complete enrolment, please come to the Student Services Centre during our normal opening hours (currently Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm) to enrol. Please ensure you have resolved any outstanding Admissions issues before attending.

 A dedicated enrolment session will run on Friday 5 November between 10.00am and 1.00pm. Graduate Admissions will be in attendance at this session.

From Monday 25 October 2021, you must have departmental approval to enrol late before attempting to campus enrol at the SSC Counter.

Please make sure you have completed a Covid Test and reported a negative result prior to visiting SSC,  The LSE Security team will be asking for evidence of a negative test taken within the last 4 days before allowing you access to campus buildings, including the Old Building. 

Here you will find information about both processes and answers to frequently asked questions that you may have:

Online pre-enrolment

You will receive an email notification when it is time to pre-enrol online for your programme.

As part of the online pre-enrolment process, you will activate your LSE network and email accounts. Once you have completed online pre-enrolment and activated your accounts, you will have access to online resources and teaching after approximately one hour's time once our systems have updated. 

The online pre-enrolment process will help to ensure that we have all the necessary and up to date information about you, including your current plans for arrival on campus. As part of the online pre-enrolment process you will need to:

  • Check and update, if necessary, your addresses, emergency contact details and the monitoring information that you provided when you applied.
  • Tell us when you will join us in London. Students are expected to arrive in London for the start of their programme. However, some students may, exceptionally, not be able to arrive in London at the start of their studies due to coronovirus travel restrictions. If this were to affect you we will support you by offering flexible arrangements at the beginning of Michaelmas term. Students should aim to arrive in London as soon as possible to join their programmes for in-person teaching and no later than 22 October 2021. 
  • Provide some additional information for the Careers Team – this is to help us better understand how we can best support you.
  • Provide some additional information about caring reponsibilites - this is to help us better understand caring responsibilities of the LSE student community in order to appropriately align our services.
  • Provide some information about your COVID-19 vaccinations - LSE is working hard to keep its community safe and to provde a world leading education for our new and returning students. We would be grateful for you could answer these questions as this information will help with the planning of any response required.
  • Identity documents - if you are not expecting to attend in-person teaching from the beginning of your main programme, you will be asked to upload a clear image/scan of the photograph page of your current passport and, where relevant - and if available at this time - evidence of your immigration permision for the UK.
  • Confirm your acceptance of the updated Conditions of Registration (CoR). The current CoR includes additional statements related to our response to COVID-19 and online teaching.
  • Download your Pre-enrolment Pass that you can use on campus for temporary access when you first arrive.
  • Remember that this is the first part of the process. When you arrive on campus, you will be required to attend a campus enrolment session. This will complete your enrolment as a fully registered student and allow you to access all of LSE's physical resources on campus as well as in-person teaching.  
  • The deadline to pre-enrol, campus enrol, and online re-register was Friday 22 October 2021. If you have missed the deadline due to exceptional circumstances, please contact your department to discuss the possibility of a short extension to complete enrolment.

Campus Enrolment

Campus enrolment takes place in-person and is where we will check your official documents, including passport and visa (if applicable). Documents must be originals.

Once you have completed campus enrolment, you will be issued your LSE Card, giving you access to campus and on-campus teaching and services.

The deadline to pre-enrol, campus enrol, and online re-register was Friday 22 October 2021. If you have missed the deadline due to exceptional circumstances, please contact your department to discuss the possibility of a short extension to complete enrolment. 

2020 starters who did not campus enrol in 2020

As we have not yet verified your original documents we will need to see you in person so we can check your documents and issue your LSE Card.

You should campus enrol on Friday 24 September 2021 (the start and end time will be confirmed and updated here soon), you will need to book an enrolment slot via the Student Hub

The deadline to pre-enrol, campus enrol, and online re-register was Friday 22 October 2021. If you have missed the deadline due to exceptional circumstances, please contact your department to discuss the possibility of a short extension to complete enrolment.

When is Campus Enrolment

Executive Student Schedule: this will be published shortly, please check back soon. You should stay in touch with your Programme Manager as they will have the latest information relating to your programme.

Intercollegiate Students: information on where and when to campus enrol is available on our  intercollegiate webpage . Please remember to bring your original identity documents with you when attending campus enrolment.

All Students

You should campus enrol as soon as possible after your arrival on campus. You must campus enrol before attending any in-person teaching. You can find infornation on when and where to enrol on our Arriving After Welcome webpage.

Remember to bring all required documents including your passport and visa (if applicable). Documents must be originals. Please see our What to Bring to Campus Enrolment webpage for latest information. 

You will need to book an enrolment slot via the Student Hub. Slots for Michaelmas Term weeks 1 to 4 are now open for booking. Please be aware that booking a time slot does not guarantee that you will be seen at that time, it is the time you should join the queue. 

Please note: the deadline for campus enrolment was Friday 22 October 2021 therefore the Campus Enrolment booking system has closed for 2021-22 academic year. If your department has granted you a short extension to complete enrolment, please come to the Student Services Centre during our normal opening hours (currently Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm) to enrol. Please ensure you have resolved any outstanding Admissions issues before attending.

A dedicated enrolment session will run on Friday 5 November between 10.00am and 1.00pm. Graduate Admissions will be in attendance at this session. 

All students must pre-enrol online and campus enrol by Friday 22 October 2021. 

Where is Campus Enrolment

 From Monday 27 September 2021 If you are arriving on campus after Welcome, Campus Enrolment will take place in the Student Services Centre, Ground Floor, Old Building, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE (see map for campus location). Please visit Arriving after Welcome for more information. 

All students must pre-enrol and campus enrol by Friday 22 October 2021.

If your department has granted you a short extension to complete enrolment, please come to the Student Services Centre during our normal opening hours (currently Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm) to enrol. Please ensure you have resolved any outstanding Admissions issues before attending.

A dedicated enrolment session will run on Friday 5 November between 10.00am and 1.00pm. Graduate Admissions will be in attendance at this session. 

Further information about LSE buildings, including accessibility, can be found on the LSE Estate webpages.   If you have any concerns about accessing Clement House or the Old Building to attend for Campus Enrolment, please let us know by submitting a Student Services Centre enquiry form.  

What to bring to Campus Enrolment

When you campus enrol we are legally required to check your eligibility to study in the UK. We do this by checking various documents. The documents you'll need vary according to your nationality and immigration status. If you do not bring the appropriate identification documents we will not be able to campus enrol you.

For details of what you need to bring with you please visit What to Bring to Campus EnrolmentPlease remember to check back regularly as the page may be subject to change.

Please remember that you will not be able to campus enrol unless you bring all the required in-date original documents with you to campus enrolment.

In accordance with UK Home Office requirements, the School is required to take a scan of ALL students' passports and documents verifying immigation status at campus enrolment.  

In order to avoid delaying your campus enrolment:

Undergraduate students - please ensure that you have submitted all required documents to Undergraduate Admissions.

Postgraduate students - please ensure that you have submitted all required documents to Graduate Admissions. Graduate Admissions will be available at  pre-sessional and main campus enrolment to process any missing documents, but it will slow your enrolment if you need to submit documents to them first. If you do have outstanding documents it would be sensible to bring copies with you.

 

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