AFLSE Newsletter for Current and New LSE students No. 4
You now have less than a month to go before classes start at LSE. Hopefully you have your UK Visa in hand and your banking, accommodation and other arrangements all completed.
If you still have to arrange any of these logistics, please check out our Face book site "LSE US Students Fall 2009" for postings, comments and helpful suggestions.
We asked Brett Noble, last year's AFLSE Scholarship recipient for some words on wisdom on how to study and play hard at the LSE. His sage advice could be more important to you than hours of sitting through orientation. Just click through to the news article referenced below.
Also, if you want to open a Sterling bank account ibefore you leave for London, please click through to our special arrangement with Lloyds that will get you a free membership of the AFLSE for a year.
|Last Year's AFLSE Scholar Gives Practical Study and Living Advice to New Students
Monday, 09/14/09 at 12:16pm
Brett Noble gives some great advice about how to study and relax in London to make your stay at LSE productive and pleasurable.
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Sunday, 04/1/12 at 11:24am
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We know that many of you were able to join the Bon Voyage parties that AFLSE had around the country this summer and we trust they were helpful in allowing you to meet up with some of the student body before you even arrive in London.
AFLSE looks forward to keeping in touch with you now, while you are an LSE student and after you have graduated, please be sure to update your e-mail address at our website to facilitate our communications.
Enjoy the LSE as much as we did.
AFLSE Vice President
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