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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.

Covid-19

Due to the pandemic, the Advice Service will not be on campus during Michaelmas Term 2020.

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

  • Email us at su.advice@lse.ac.uk
  • Book an appointment with us via Student Hub (all appointments will be either via Zoom or telephone)

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Student Stories

"There was a period of time when I was unsure if I would be able to finish my masters due to an unexpected change in my financial circumstances.

Without the vital support provided by the LSESU hardship fund during an unexpected change in my financial circumstances, I would not have gone not onto be awarded a first-class master's degree and then commence Ph.D. studies and become a teacher at London School of Economics.

It is because of the amazing funding that LSE can provide students from poorer backgrounds that ensures first-generation university students can get by."


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.

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