Welcome Presentations

Your introduction to LSE

The Welcome Presentations are compulsory and offer you an introduction to LSE from key members of staff and the Students' Union

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The Welcome Presentations are your opportunity to learn more about the LSE community and our opportunity to welcome you to the school.

The sessions are compulsory because they cover key information about your time at LSE inculding details about the wealth of support available to you while studying at LSE.

The Welcome Presentations are different to the orientation sessions held for your department or programme, you must attend both.

Undergraduate

Your Welcome Presentations will take place on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 September 2019. 

For more details check the full registration and Welcome Presentation schedule for Undergraduates  to find your session.

The presentations will take place in the Peacock Theatre.

General Course and Undergraduate Erasmus

Your Welcome Presentation will take place on Monday 23 September at 3:30pm in the Old Theatre, on the ground floor of the Old Building. 

For more details check the registration and Welcome Presentation schedule for General Course and Erasmus Programmes.

Pre-Sessional Taught Postgraduate

There will be a special Welcome Presentations for most students taking pre-sessional teaching (i.e. if you are due to register before Friday 21 September).

Check the full registration and Welcome Presentation schedule for pre-sessional students to find your session. Locations vary and are detailed on the schedule.

Taught Postgraduate

For taught postgraduate students registering on, or after, 21 September your Welcome Presentation will take place on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 September 2019. 

Check the full registration and Welcome Presentation schedule for postgraduates to find your session.

The presentations will take place in the Peacock Theatre.

PhD

The PhD Academy run a special Welcome Presentation for new PhD Students, including those that have just completed an MRes.

For more information visit The PhD Journey