CEMS Annual Events & MIM Graduation Ceremony


Annual Events meeting venues

LSE campus and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn, Central London
Marshall Building View from front

Marshall Building (MAR), The London School of Economics and Political Science

44 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PF
Nearest station: Holborn (Tube)

The Marshall Building is a landmark new facility on LSE's campus named in honour of Paul Marshall’s transformational gift. The award-winning, multipurpose building is home to LSE's Department of Management and establishes the presence of LSE in one of London's most recognisable and largest garden squares. The building's opening in 2022 is an illustration of LSE's ambition to develop a world-class estate and a university quarter of London.
Centre Building (CBG) exterior with glass panels

Centre Building (CBG), The London School of Economics and Political Science

2 Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AD
Nearest station: Holborn (Tube)

In June 2019, the LSE Centre Building opened its doors. Located in the centre of LSE's campus, this 13-storey structure embodies the university's principles of creating innovative and inspirational spaces for faculty, staff, and students to learn, socialise, study, and collaborate. It has a striking, elegant design and is the tallest structure on campus, providing breathtaking views of London's skyline.
TThe exterior of the building with solid and perforated bricks and glazed screens

Saw Swee Hock Student Centre (SAW), The London School of Economics and Political Science

1 Sheffield St, London, WC2A 2AP
Nearest station: Holborn (Tube)

The Saw Swee Hock Student Centre opened in 2014 and is named in honour of Professor Saw Swee Hock, the prominent academic, philanthropist and LSE alum. The striking seven-storey development provides a mixture of facilities within a sustainable building envelope. It is the first city-centre university building to achieve BREEAM Outstanding rating for sustainability at the design stage.

Lionel Robbins Building (LRB), The London School of Economics and Political Science

10 Portugal Street, London, WC2A 2HD
Nearest station: Holborn (Tube)

Lionel Robbins Building is the home of the LSE Library: The British Library of Political and Economic Science. The collections housed here are designated as outstanding by the Arts Council England, making it one of the most outstanding social science libraries in the world. The building, which also includes innovative event space, is named in honour of the prominent British economist, who was an influential figure at LSE and within the field of economics. Find out how visitors from outside LSE can access the Library and collections. 
The great hall lit at night

The Great Hall, The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3TL
Nearest station: Holborn (Tube)

Adjacent to LSE's campus, The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn provides an exquisite collection of historic halls, which have been in continuous existence for over 600 years. The oldest of the four Inns is located within a serene, eleven-acre estate in Central London and has distinctive "old Legal London" architecture. The fact that the Inn survived two world wars without losing any buildings has resulted in a picturesque variety of styles and periods.
The View Royal College of Surgeons of England

The View, Royal College of Surgeons of England

38-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PE
Nearest station: Holborn (Tube)

The View is a prominent venue in central London, reimagined and modernised for events with a focus on innovation and sustainability. The building is home to the Royal College of Surgeons of England, established by Royal Charter in 1800. The View is next door to LSE's Marshall Building and has a large terrace overlooking London's largest public square, Lincoln's Inn Field.

Graduation Venue - ICC (Auditorium & Capital Hall), ExCel London

ExCel London
The Graduation day takes place in the ICC (Auditorium & Capital Hall), ExCel London. The ICC is located at ExCel (East).

Travel to ExCel
Please travel via the Elizabeth Line, alight at Custom House Station, and follow the signs for ExCel (West). The ICC auditorium is a 10-minute walk from the station. Look for the stewards and follow signs to the ICC.

Due to unplanned engineering works, the nearby DLR stations will be closed on Graduation Day.
ExCeL London
One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL

Please note, the official ExCel address will direct you to the Custom House (West) entrance. Please follow the travel directions above and exit at Prince Regent DLR.

ExCel London is an international exhibition and convention centre in East London. ExCeL London opened in November 2000, occupying a large area of London’s historic Royal Docks. Today it is at the forefront of regeneration in the area delivering £4.5bn in economic impact to London and driving 25 percent of London’s inbound business tourists. ExCeL also played a significant role in the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, hosting 13 events.