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I’m your General Secretary of LSE Students’ Union, leading the Union to make sure that you have the most insane, incredible and fun time at LSE.
Orientation - Freshers - Best Week Ever - is fast approaching. Get ready to meet a million and one new people, make friendships that will last a lifetime, and join us at the best university in the UK (and the world).
Some of you have been asking when Orientation starts - the official date is 29th September. From then on, we’ll have pizza, club nights, tours, Q&As and much more lined up for you… #excited
If you are arriving early, have no fear! We’ll be putting on some incredible events for pre-arrivals too - just watch this space.
When will we release details?
The countdown has begun - keep watching the Facebook groups - we have one for Undergrads and Postgrads - and our Twitter @lsesu for hints of what’s come. Come 18th August, we’ll start releasing more details about our amazing, jam-packed schedule of events.
Nona Buckley-Irvine - LSESU General Secretary@nonajasmine
The LSE Library is co-hosting a one-day conference on Thursday 4th September on open access, research data sharing and enhancing impact via openness for early stage researchers. They have some great speakers and sessions lined up, including a LSE Economics PhD researcher. More details available online.
If you would like to attend, please register online.
The event will be hosted jointly with KCL and QMUL and we have 35 tickets for LSE PhD students and early career researchers.
The LSESU Travel Fund is a means-tested fund that enables students at LSE to access extracurricular travel opportunities, take part in activities, develop key skills and, above all, to really make the most of their university experience. It is supported by the LSE Annual Fund, and more info about it can be found on our website.
This year, the Travel Fund awarded £11,000 worth of funding between 34 students, allowing them to attend trips that would benefit their academic studies, personal development and future careers opportunities. These trips ranged from high profile and prestigious events such as ERSA Congress in Italy to anthropological trips, including one student’s involvement in the Prison Harvest Project in Malawi.
Want to know more?…
Want to know more about where these students went? Then check out our LSESU Travel Fund Map below, which pinpoints all of the incredible locations each student visited this year. You’ll also find links to students’ photographs and personal reports with full details about what they did, the people they met, and how their trip will improve their academic experience at LSE.
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