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Our Advice Service provides free advice and support to LSE students on a range of academic and housing issues, and administers a series of hardship funds. Our independence from LSE means that we're impartial and free from a conflict of interest.

Advice Service

Our Advice Service provides free advice and support to LSE students on a range of academic and housing issues, and administers a series of hardship funds. Our independence from LSE means that we're impartial and free from a conflict of interest.

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ADvice Service Update

The LSESU Advice Service is currently taking a hybrid approach to its return to campus. All appointments will take place via Zoom by default. If you have any accessibility needs with this or would prefer an in-person meeting, please email our team at su.advice@lse.ac.uk 

We are, however, very much still open for business. If you need advice during this time, please either:

Last updated: 28th Sept 21

Virtual Adviser


Latest BLOGS & CONTENT


LSESU Advice Service: impartial, supportive, confidential
The Advice Service in 2019/20: awarded £92,489 in financial hardship award payments, opened 538 new student cases, made 21 graduation gown fund awards, and had 4,506 student interactions
91% of students thought our responsive times were either quick or timely
78% of students thought the information we provided was clear and easy to understand
88% of students felt more informed as a result of the advice we provided
88% of students felt listened to and supported
88% of students would recommend the LSESU Advice Service to other students

Student Stories

 

"The LSESU Advice Team has been super nice and very well informed and knowledgeable. They provided me a very quick and informed response and I felt supported. I highly recommend to all other LSE students to contact them if you have any doubts!"

"LSESU has been so cooperative. Their staff are very polite and courteous. Helped me in my worst times! I will always be grateful to them!"

“Thank you for all your help with the hardship fund. I do not know what I would have done without the support of LSESU.”


Advice Service Channels

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Student Hub


Zero Tolerance Statement

Our dedicated advisers are here to provide advice and support to LSE students. In turn we ask that our advisers are treated with courtesy and respect.

We have a zero tolerance approach to abuse of our staff and reserve the right to remove access to the Advice Service to anyone who engages in abusive, violent, aggressive or any otherwise unacceptable behaviour.

You can find all of the Advice Service policies on our Union policies page.

Union Policies

 


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