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LSE - Leveraging Students' Excellence

What Makes LSE #TrulyLSE?

All of us at LSE are smart. Yet, we, for at least once, struggle with our studies.

Office hours last only 15 minutes and should be booked at least 1 week in advance?

Random selection in course registration?

We need to be #TrulyLSELeveraging Students’ Excellence.

We need more personalized, more frequent support, from grassroots level.

Developing a consistent student-to-student academic support system

  • Academic mentoring from senior students/recent graduates to junior students in the same program in all taught programs.
  • Teaching assistants in more courses at LSE.
  • Teams of occasional student assistants speaking native languages of major groups of international students.

Curating and optimizing students’ academic development journey at LSE

  • Personal questionnaires on students to determine appropriate support.
  • Pre-sessional academic skills training for postgraduate students.
  • More motivation-based course selection procedure.

Improving communications of academic support services

  • Exclusive online community platform connecting all LSE staff and students.
  • All-in-one app including all academic support and tracking personal development.


  • Studied and worked on student counselling and outreach projects in Vietnam, The Netherlands, Sweden and the UK.
  • Ran a seasonal exam summary and tutoring service in Quantitative Analysis.
  • Researching internal communications at LSE Department of Media and Communications.

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