The aim of the LSE Brexit blog is to inform the ongoing debate with accessible commentary and research. In the run up to the referendum day, our audience grew to hundreds of thousands of readers, and we’ve enjoyed considerable daily readership ever since.
We would like to invite all LSE undergraduate and postgraduate students to contribute to the blog by answering the following question: “Brexit means Brexit. But what does Brexit mean to you?”
Every academic term one essay from each student group will be published on the blog alongside articles written by academics and advanced doctoral students.
Submission deadline for the Michaelmas Term edition is the end of week 9 (by midnight on 27/11).
We welcome blog posts that draw on your ongoing subject of study and/or research, but also those that tackle other issues, such as employment prospects, immigration status, and funding that may be affected by the UK’s actual withdrawal from the EU.
Guidelines for blog writing can be found here.
Submissions, in a Word or Word-readable document and stating your name, course, and year of study should be sent to email@example.com