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Inclusion Plans are the way in which the school can make adjustments so that you are not disadvantaged in your studies if you have a learning difficulty, mental health or other long-term medical condition.

What can you do?

Inclusion Plans are administered by the school Disability and Wellbeing Service (DWS). Every student is unique but some examples of reasonable adjustments include: ensuring that lecture notes are sent out in advance, access to designated study rooms, extended loans on library books or specialist equipment.

To apply for an Inclusion Plan, you should contact the Disability and Wellbeing Service. Ideally you will do this prior to your arrival, but if you unable to do so, as soon as is possible for you. An adviser will meet with you to discuss your requirements as well as discuss any evidence which you may need. A draft Inclusion Plan will be drawn up with your feedback and approval and the DWS will then circulate the Inclusion Plan to your department as well as monitoring the implementation of it.

If you feel as though your Inclusion Plan is not being correctly implemented, we would suggest contact the DWS as soon as possible so they can ensure that it is.

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Where to find us

Saw Swee Hock Student Centre

Contact us

020 7955 7158

Booking appointments

You can book an appointment via email or via the Student Hub website.

su.advice@lse.ac.uk Student Hub


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