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The LSE Behavioural Research Lab (BRL) is looking for dedicated participants to take part in world-class research.
Participants will be paid a minimum of £5 for a 30-minute study, or £10 for anything up to an hour. For some studies there may also be an extra incentive or prize draw.
Participation is open to everyone over the age of 18. (This includes members of the public, so please do tell your friends about the BRL.)
To register as a participant, or to find out more information, please visit the BRL website: lse.ac.uk/brl.
As part of our campaign to freeze international fees, we highlighted the financial struggles that international students face when dealing with currency and exchange rate fluctuations.
Previously, students who encounter hardship due to currency fluctuations were not considered for financial support. However I’m pleased to say that after lobbying, LSE has changed this: now any undergraduate international student that experiences these issues will be eligible for financial support.
This means that, should you run into difficulty, you can apply to the university for money to support you to continue your studies.
I’m really pleased that the LSE has agreed to adopt this policy change. It’s unfair to expect students to predict how currencies may change over the period of three years, and we hear from students who have to drop out or interrupt regularly because they don’t have the money to live on.
If you’re in this situation and need financial assistance, head to the LSE website.
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LSE Students’ Union runs an independent Advice Service to support all students housing queries and academic queries - including resits, deferrals and appealing marks. The Advice Service also allocates the LSESU hardship and childcare funds. (Other services for students, including counselling, can be accessed via the School.)
The Service is open all year round, and runs both drop-in sessions and bookable appointments. Read on for more details and recommendations.
The Advice Service team sits in the LSESU Office on the Third Floor of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre. Most appointments are conducted in the sound-proofed Advice Booths on the Third Floor.
To speak to the team, please go via the LSESU Reception, also on the Third Floor, who will be able to arrange things for you.
The Advice Service has a team of advisers, of different ages and backgrounds, all of whom are here to help.
To contact the Advice Service about a matter you’ve already been in touch about, please contact your adviser directly if possible.
For more information about the Advice Service in general, see if the page on the LSESU website can fill you in: lsesu.com/advice.
For more information on specific points, please call 020 7955 7158 or email email@example.com.
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