Student Marketing & Recruitment enquiry form

Widening Participation
LSE has a range of pre-entry outreach programmes that provide free activities for students in London, helping them progress to higher education. For more information and contact details, please visit the Widening Participation website.
General Course (study abroad at LSE)
The General Course is LSE's sole study abroad programme allowing students to spend a full academic year at LSE. LSE does not offer any single semester/term options. For more information and contact details, please visit the General Course website.
Summer School
More than 100 intensive short courses are available each summer across a range of LSE subjects. For more information and contact details, please visit the Summer Schools website.
Online Courses
LSE offers short, certificate courses, available online from anywhere in the world. For more information and contact details, please visit the online certificate courses website.

LSE also provides academic direction to a range of programmes through the University of London International Programmes. These programmes are designed for students to study independently or as part of a small group thus enabling students to gain a prestigious award at a pace that suits them and to manage their studies to fit in with their own schedule and responsibilities.
Executive Education
LSE offers a range of short courses, master programmes, online certificate courses and custom programmes at executive level to help you develop your career for life-long learning and professional development. For more information and contact details, please visit the Executive Education website.
Graduate Admissions
There is useful information for applicants on the Graduate Admissions website including information on tracking your application and completing common tasks associated with the application. They also have an FAQ system which may help to resolve your query, alternatively you can find their contact details on their website.

You can also track your application, more information is available on the Graduate Admissions website.
Undergraduate Admissions
There is useful information for applicants on the Undergraduate Admissions website including what to expect after submitting your application, and how to contact Undergraduate Admissions.

To track your application, please see the information available on the UCAS website.
Programme information and availability
For information about individual degrees including entry requirements, tuition fees, the programme structure and courses, assessments and careers, please see individual programme pages using our search function on our website.

You may also wish to check whether a programme is open for applications on the available programmes page.
Admissions process and deadlines
For information about the Graduate admissions process please visit our website where you will find information on how to apply and our video guide.

For information on when to apply and deadlines, please see the Graduate Admissions webpage.
Academic entry requirements
Our academic entry requirements can be found under the 'Assessing your application' section on our individual programmes pages which you can find using our search function on our website.

If you have not completed or will not be completing a degree from the UK, you may wish to check for the equivalent qualifications in the country where you are studying/recently studied on our country pages.
English language requirements
You can find our English language requirements on our website.

If you're unsure whether your programme requires the standard or higher English language requirement, please check under the 'Key facts' section on our individual programme pages which you can find using our search function on our website.
Fees, funding and scholarships
LSE offers over £12.7 million in scholarships to graduate students every year. There are also funding opportunities from external organisations and research councils and governments around the world.

For more information about our fees, living costs, scholarships, and other sources of financial support, please visit the Graduate fees and funding webpage.
Visas
LSE's International Student Visa Advice Team (ISVAT) are the only team trained and regulated to give immigration advice at LSE. You can find out more about what they do on their website as well as their contact details. 

For information on visas please see our visa advice. There are also useful information sheets on applying for a tier 4 visa for LSE students and FAQs available on the ISVAT website.
Life at LSE, accommodation and living in London
As a student at LSE, you will be based in the centre of London, an exciting, vibrant and colourful city. To find out more about what life is like on campus or living in London please visit our student life webpages where you will find our student video diaries and our student blogs

LSE students can stay in any of our 18 residences which include our own halls, University of London intercollegiate residences and private halls. You can find out more information about LSE accommodation on their website.
Visit LSE
If you're interested in visiting LSE, you can find information on campus tours and drop-in sessions on our visit LSE webpage.
Programme information
For information about individual degrees including entry requirements, tuition fees, the programme structure and courses, assessments and careers, please see individual programme pages using the search function on our website.
Admissions process and deadlines
For information about the Undergraduate admissions process, how to apply and our deadline, and deferrals please visit our website.
Academic entry requirements
For information about entry requirements, please see our entry requirements webpage

Please note that individual programme requirements can be found on individual programme pages under the 'Assessing your application' section. 

Information on subject combinations, retakes, mature applicants, contextual admissions, the A level reform, how we use GCSE and equivalent qualifications and our Undergraduate Admissions Assessment (UGAA) can be found on our admissions information webpage.
English language requirements
You can find our English language requirements on our website
Transfers, including from the University of London International Programmes
For information about transferring to LSE from another university or from a University of London International Programme, please see the 'second year entry' section on our how to apply webpage.
Study abroad opportunities for LSE students
LSE offers its students the opportunity to study abroad during their undergraduate degree. The School has year-long exchanges with Sciences Po in France and the University of California in the USA. These are open to students on all programmes.

In addition to the School-wide study abroad opportunities, some LSE departments also offer exchanges as part of specific degree programmes. For more information please visit the study abroad opportunities webpage.
Fees, funding and scholarships
LSE awards around £4 million in scholarships and financial support to its undergraduate students every year. In addition to LSE's own funds, students may be able to access scholarships and financial support from governments and agencies around the world.

For more information on tuition fees, living costs, tuition fee loans and government financial support, and LSE financial support please see the Undergraduate fees and funding webpage
Life at LSE, accommodation and living in London
As a student at LSE, you will be based in the centre of London, an exciting, vibrant and colourful city. To find out more about what life is like on campus or living in London please visit our student life webpages where you will find our student video diaries and our student blogs

LSE students can stay in any of our 18 residences which include our own halls, University of London intercollegiate residences and private halls. You can find out more information about LSE accommodation on their website.
Visit LSE
If you're interested in visiting LSE, you can find information on campus tours and drop-in sessions on our visit LSE webpage. We also run two Undergraduate Open Days every year, the Student Shadowing scheme, and tasters courses for prospective undergraduate students, for more information please see the visit LSE webpage.
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This helps us make sure we are reaching students from all over the UK. We will also let you know about LSE events happening in your area.