To support you on your journey, we run various events and training courses throughout the year and provide digital resources that you can access any time.
Our wide range of events and digital skills courses are open to all LSE students and alumni. Each one will be announced through our social media accounts and can be booked via the Eventbrite link below.
We created the SOS support hub in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. It’s brimming with useful articles, videos, podcasts, events and other resources to help you develop your business through these turbulent times.
Digital skills training
We also collaborate with internal and external partners to expand our digital skills training options:
Code at Uni
Code at Uni provide skills-based courses on campus that either supplement the rigorous academic education universities provide or can be integrated into an existing module.
Our next two day course, specifically for LSE Women will take place online over the weekend of March 20-21. Places are limited so an application is necessary; to apply follow this link.
Code First: Girls
A multi-award winning social enterprise that aims to increase the number of women in tech. They offer beginners (CSS, HTML, Java) and advanced (Python) classes for female and non-binary students. After years of collaboration, we still only receive positive feedback!
LSE Digital Skills Lab
The Digital Skills Lab at LSE offers workshops and online self-study on topics including Microsoft Office, web design, coding, data visualisation, and many specialist research tools such as Stata, SPSS, and NVivo.
Le Wagon is the world’s top-ranked coding school offering immersive coding bootcamps to learn the most in-demand digital skills. We’re delighted to offer 50 students per term access to their coding course.