Visit LSE with a school or college group
If you would like to bring a group of 10 or more prospective students in Sixth Form or Key Stage 5 to visit us at LSE, please complete the booking form below.
Visits are held between 10.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. Please note, we are usually only able to accommodate groups of up to 35 students.
Visits typically involve a tour of LSE's campus and an introductory presentation delivered by a member of the Student Recruitment and Study Abroad team.
We will consider your request and contact you within five working days to confirm whether or not we will be able to host your group.
Complete our group visit request form
If you'd like your students to find out more about studying at LSE but can’t make the trip to London, you may be interested in arranging a virtual information session for a group of students in Sixth Form or Key Stage 5.
Our virtual visits typically involve a presentation introducing study options at LSE, student life and the application process followed by the chance for students to submit their own questions. These sessions are currently run via Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
Request a virtual visit
LSE Library learning programme for schools
The LSE Library Learning and Engagement team offer 90-minute workshops to explore the archives and special collections, or develop research skills for EPQ.
During archive sessions, students will analyse primary sources from the LSE archives, focusing on a chosen topic that reflects records of social and political history from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. EPQ sessions focus on research skills for Sixth Form or Key Stage 5 students and include a tour of the LSE Library. Teachers must choose which session/topic in advance of attending.
If you would like to combine an archive or EPQ study skills session with an introductory presentation delivered by the Student Recruitment and Study Abroad team, please indicate this on the group visit request form linked above.
Please note that this is subject to availability. More information for teachers and schools can be found here.
Other opportunities for your students to visit and discover LSE
Individual students can visit LSE for a guided or self-guided tour, drop-in consultation with a member of the Student Recruitment and Study Abroad team or attend an Undergraduate Open Day.
We also have a range of online events and resources available for prospective students, including LSE Discovery sessions, our Virtual Undergraduate Open Day, webinars and Live Chat service.
Our event finder details our upcoming events.
Visit our LSE Events page to find details of upcoming lectures and listen to podcasts of previous events.
Widening Participation activities
If you are a state school or college, please visit our Widening Participation page for information about our WP projects, activities and eligibility criteria.
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