We are pleased to announce that we have been able to secure some additional funding for our Hardship Fund. We are now able to accept new applications. If you are having financial difficulties and would like to apply, the full details of our fund (including application from and guidance notes) can be found here. Alternatively, you can contact our advisers who can discuss your situation further.
Due to the pandemic, the Advice Service will not be on campus during Lent Term 2021.
We are, however, very much still open for business. If you need advice during this time, please either:
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"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."
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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.