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  • Wed 24 May 2017 15:53

    The LSE Students’ Union stands with the victims and the community of Manchester following the recent attacks. Such a tragic incident and act of evil has no place in this World. 

    As such incidents can spark emotion we politely ask that people avoid pursuing the path of prejudice and hatred, and instead speak peace and comfort towards those suffering.  

    As for the students of LSE who may have been affected by these recent attacks, in any capacity please do contact the Counselling Service (who run daily drop ins, Monday-Friday). If you are concerned that your exam performance has been (or will be) impacted then you can either contact our Advice Service or the SSC.

    In solidarity, 

    Your LSESU Sabbatical Team

  • Mon 22 May 2017 11:14

    Did you know LSESU has a fit to sit policy? Check it out below or find your copy around LSESU, especially at all #DeStressFest event

  • Mon 15 May 2017 15:17

    You know voting’s important. Your friends know voting is important. And if you are a student studying in the UK from a commonwealth country you might know that your vote is important, because you can vote too (yes, really. In the UK General Election that is happening on 8th June—thanks colonisation!)

    This election is particularly important for international students. Issues such as whether we’ll have to pay even more for the NHS, whether we can continue to work part-time during term and full time during summer holidays (eg for summer internships), and whether we’ll have access to post-study work visas will all be influenced by the outcome of these elections. But before you make your voice heard on these issues by voting, you first need to register. Many commonwealth students we’ve spoken to want to register, but think they can’t because they don’t have a National Insurance Number. But you don’t actually need a National Insurance Number to register—take it from me, I’ve voted in four UK elections without one. But, in case you’ve been stuck before and don’t have a National Insurance Number, here’s a quick step by step guide:

    1. Go to
    2. Click “start now”
    3. Fill in all the relevant information, including date of birth and nationality.
    4. When you reach the section that asks for your National Insurance Number, click “I don’t know my National Insurance Number” and then “I can’t provide a national insurance number”.
    5. You will then be asked why you can’t provide a national insurance number, I normally write “international student”.
    6. You will then be asked to provide an email address so that the national registry can contact you about your application, if they need you to send a scanned form of identification papers.
    7. Eventually you will be asked if you want to apply for a postal vote. If you will not be in the UK on June 8th, put yourself down for a postal vote application, that way you can still participate in democracy!
    8. Complete the rest of the forms, click “send my application”, and voila, you’re registered to vote. Only one more step–
    9. Get all your commonwealth friends to register too, now that you know it’s so easy.

    The deadline to register to vote is the 22nd of May—only a week away so do it now!