Kseniya

About Kseniya

Kseniya is an MSc Economic History student at the LSE. When she's not puzzling over the latest developments in demographics studies, she enjoys travelling, writing, and searching for the most authentic Asian restaurants in London.

Why You Should Volunteer Abroad

If you didn’t manage to secure a summer internship or if you simply didn’t fancy working away that long precious summer you only get as a student, then you might be wondering what on earth you’re going to do with those three months of freedom which come as a blissful reward following the stress of final exams. Naturally, if […]

January 9th, 2019|Student life, Travel|0 Comments|

LSE – A Brit’s First Impressions

Having just graduated in July from the University of Birmingham and coming fresh out of an undergraduate degree, I thought the transition to Master’s at LSE wouldn’t be anything out of the ordinary – ‘It’s just another year at university,’ I told myself, ‘how different can it be?’ In answering that question, I was (pleasantly) surprised.

I’m a student from […]

December 17th, 2018|Featured, LSE, Student life|0 Comments|

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