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It may be the case that interrupting studies or finding alternate methods to study are more beneficial for you. The Fitness to Study policy sets out guidance for these situations. This can either be triggered if the students themselves has raised an issue which causes concerns or a staff member notices concerns through the students behaviour or academic performance.
There are three different stages to the policy and potential outcomes.
At any point, the school can decide to temporarily suspend a student if they believe the student poses a serious risk to their own health or that of other students or staff.
The important thing to remember is that this procedure is not a punishment in any way, it is a way for LSE to ensure that students are supported and their wellbeing looked after.
You will be discussing your situation with the school and can feedback to any decisions made throughout the process. If you disagree with decisions made, you can appeal any decisions.
You can appeal decisions based on three grounds:
For the full guidance, please read the policy.
Download the policy(Opens in a new tab)
Our advisers would be more than happy to attend any panel meetings with you as a silent member. We can also provide advice and support on the policy and process itself.
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
020 7955 7158
You can book an appointment via email or via the Student Hub website.
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