Join our Team

There is a place for everyone on the LSE German Society committee, whether you are a Bachelor, Master or Phd Student. 

Not only will you meet great people, but also engage with stimulating material throughout the year. Amongst others, you will help organise the German Symposium, the Oktoberfest and will be eligible to participate in our sponsors events. 

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Commitee Executives
Heads of Division
Committee Officers

Commitee Executives

The Executive Committee is elected, prior to the start of the academic year. Positions are typically taken up by students that have had experience with the LSE German Society. The Executive Committee works throughout the summer to structure the society for the incoming academic year and to ensure that matters run smoothly, come September. All positions on the Executive Committee have similar roles with slight differences in scope.


✓ Overall running of the society


✓ Overall running of the society


✓ Overall running of the society
✓ Sending weekly newsletter
✓ Taking notes of committee meetings


✓ Overall running of the society
✓ Handling sponsors
✓ Controlling finances


Each division has its own point of focus. However we always work closely together and support one another. Furthermore, everyone on the committee will participate in shaping the German Symposium and other .

Marketing & PR

✓Creating marketing strategy for internal and
external events
✓Relations with the press regarding the German
✓Web developing


✓Logistical support for events
✓Orchestrating car transfers for speakers
✓Creating the timetable for the German Symposium


✓Supporting the Treasurer in dealing with finances and sponsors


✓Organising events and activities
eg. Panel Discussions, Dinners,
Weihnachtsmarkt ect.


✓Responsible for the "Scholars of the Symposium"

Each Division has one Head and several Officers. Elections for these positions are open to any LSE student and are held at the Annual General Election in October 2019.

annual General Election

Come to the Annual General Election in October, to secure a spot on the LSE German Committee!

“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.“

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry