Have you got an idea for a project you’d like to run? Do you need some funding to make it happen?
LSESU has lots of ways you can get support and funding for your projects, some are for societies and clubs and some for individuals. You can access Financial Processes and Funding or the different funding pots available below.
Learn more about the process for acquiring sponsorship (including money, food, venues and more) from external businesses, and submit your contracts for signing by LSESU.
LSE Annual Fund
The LSE Annual Fund raises unrestricted funds from alumni, governors, parents, staff and friends of the School to support projects across campus that would otherwise not get funding.
LSESU Travel Fund
The LSESU Travel Fund is a means-tested fund that enables students at LSE to access extracurricular travel opportunities and activities that they would not otherwise be able to afford.
LSESU Campaigns Network
The LSE Students’ Union Campaigns Network exists to support student campaigners at LSE. We can help you lead your own campaign or you can attend sessions to build up your skills to help others, as well as be the first to hear about new campaigns on campus..
LSESU International Students’ Activities Fund
This fund is here to support international students to run their own activities. These activities should be aimed at building the international community at LSE but can be anything! For example a cultural celebration or a tour of London.
LSESU Activities Fund
The Activities Fund consists of a pot of money that is set aside by the Students' Union each academic year to help fund activities by our clubs and societies, as decided by the Activities Committee.
LSESU Participation Fund
The Participation Fund ensures that finance is not a barrier to students taking part in LSESU clubs, societies and other co-curricular opportunities during your time at LSE.
The LSESU Postgrad Initiative Fund is a pot of money for funding towards projects to increase postgrad engagement within the LSE community. It is open to applications from current LSE postgraduates.