Events and resources for your students

Students can use the following resources to find out more about their chosen subject area, explore new disciplines and find out more about the importance of social science.  

Academic support

Academic resources

  • A list of suggested preliminary reading for each of our degree programmes can be accessed on the relevant programme page. 
  • Our Virtual Undergraduate Open Day academic department pages include videos, Q&A sessions, Taster Sessions and links to departmental blogs, podcasts, videos and research highlights.  
  • Our Virtual Undergraduate Offer Holders’ Day pages include departmental information, student support guidance and Q&A sessions. 
  • Research database: Search our database to find out about the research being undertaken at LSE and its impact. Watch videos, read blogs and access case studies.  
  • Our LSE IQ podcast, public lecture recordings and research films can be accessed via our LSE Player.

LSE Library Resources

  • Students aged 16-18 studying a relevant social science topic or subject can request reference access to the LSE Library. The Library can also offer EPQ introductory sessions and on-site visits for students in KS1 up to Sixth Form. Visit the LSE Library page for more information. 
  • LSE Digital Library: Includes access to The Women’s Rights Collection and The Brexit Collection.  
  • LSE Library archive: Resources focusing on modern British political and economic history and the development of social science in Britain, including our Charles Booth catalogue.  
  • Sources of open data and statistics

External resources

Study skills

Admissions information

Contact the Student Marketing, Recruitment and Study Abroad team via Live Chat.

Life at LSE

Visiting LSE and on-campus activities

There are a range of ways for your students to visit LSE, from drop-in consultations, weekly campus tours and self-guided tours to Taster Courses and Student Shadowing. We host two Undergraduate Open Days and an Offer Holders' Day on campus each year. We also have a variety of online resources including a Virtual Undergraduate Open DayVirtual Offer Holders’ Day, Discovery sessions and other opportunities to experience LSE from home. 

Please sign up to our mailing list to receive updates about our on-campus events and activities.  

If you are a state school or college, please visit our Widening Participation page for information about WP projects and activities. This includes the Pathways to Law and Pathways to Banking and Finance programmes, run collaboratively with the Sutton Trust. The Pathways programmes are open to eligible students in Year 12, and run from the start of Year 12 through to early in Year 13.