The LSE Starter Pack #4: Back to School

“From LSE’s point of view, we need to ensure that students feel most supported… so when they come in they don’t feel completely lost.” – Bali Birch-Lee, Education Officer. 

As the first week of classes start, we explore learning at LSE. Today we’re talking to Bali Birch-Lee, the university’s new Education Officer, about how intimidating studying can be when you first arrive. With advice on seeking support and what the ‘new normal’ may look like for learning, this is a cheerful introduction to education at LSE. 

This is ‘The LSE Starter Pack’ from Beaver Sound. We bring you the real introduction to starting life at LSE. Subscribe to us on Spotify to hear more from us! 

Presented and Produced by Maisie Adair. Music by ‘anybodyy’, check them out on Spotify. 

Bali’s email is The Disability and Welfare service can be accessed here:


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