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  1. What is the difference between a Network Account and a Public Account?
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What is the difference between a Network Account and a Public Account?

You get a Network Account after you join the LSE, e.g. as staff or student.

Network Account usernames usually start with the first letters of your surname, sometimes followed by your initials and/or a number, e.g. OTHER or OTHERAN or OTHER

A network account enables you to:

  • Login to school computers.
  • Access LSE systems such as LSE for You, Moodle, the LSE Wallet and the Training and Development System.

But:

  • expires a few months after you stop being a student or your contract ends.

A Public Account uses a non-LSE email address as your username, e.g. a.n.other@email.com

You will typically get a Public Account before you join the LSE - as an applicant.

Other uses of public accounts include:

  • Alumni have Public Accounts which they use to gain access to transcripts through the Digitary system.
  • Alumni may use these to gain access to Exam Results in LSE for You.
  • Recent alumni can also use these to access the CareerHub for a limited period after graduating.

But you cannot use a public account to:

  • Login to school computers.
  • Access the LSE wallet or Training and Development System.

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