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Working as a financial analyst in Fintech

Mark Malik graduated from LSE in 2015 with a MSc in Maths and is now Planning and Analysis Manager at BIMA. BIMA uses mobile payment methods such as subscriptions via their phone network provider and mobile money services to offer health and life insurance and mobile doctor services (similar to Babylon GP at hand in the UK) to low-income […]

14 October 2019|LSE Careers|0 Comments|

Working in policy in the charity sector

Francesca de Munnich (MSc ’15) has a policy and advocacy role in the charity sector. Following her MSc in Gender, Development and Globalisation, she has worked for a number of charities in the UK. Francesca currently works for Save the Children, focusing on the impact of poverty on children’s early learning and development.
In Francesca’s spare time, she helps to […]

11 October 2019|LSE Careers|0 Comments|

A day in the life of a public relations practitioner

In this guest blog, LSE alum Jen Atkinson, who works as a Campaign Manager for Babel PR, shares what a day on the jobs looks like. 

The public relations (PR) industry is highly diverse, offering career prospects to those with a broad range of talents. From relationship building to writing, and from tenacious media pitching to coverage analysis; whether it’s consumer […]

9 September 2019|LSE Careers|0 Comments|
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    INGOs and Think Tanks: “Demonstrate Engagement, Commitment and Expertise in your field of interest”

INGOs and Think Tanks: “Demonstrate Engagement, Commitment and Expertise in your field of interest”

Discover International Development is our programme of events to learn more about careers in development, and included many interesting talks and practical information about this interesting sector! In this blog we take a look at the key entry points into international NGOs and think tanks and provide essential tips for a career in these organisations. The path into INGOs […]


Political risk, conflict and security panel

As part of Political Risk, Conflict and Security Week, LSE Careers hosted a panel of alumni working in political risk, conflict and security, who shared their experiences, advice and tips for students interested in this sector.

James Barker, who is currently a Senior Director at Kroll, started off by admitting that he didn’t really think about a career until the day he […]


Insider Tips: Working in Arts and Culture

Guest blog by LSE alum Vishal Kumar, cultural data scientist at CASA, The Bartlett at UCL researching the economic and social impact of culture in cities. He uses a combination of data science, urban economics and social media analytics having written several blog posts and co-authored an academic paper. Vishal is a data science consultant and advisor to a range of […]


‘Bad, Sad, Glad’: Masterclass in Crisis Communications

As part of Creative industries week, veteran communications expert and LSE alum Sheree Dodd gave a masterclass on crisis communications to LSE students hoping to work in communications and the media themselves.
Sheree shared her own background and her experiences coming largely from, as she put it, “the university of life”. After completing a BA in Political Science at LSE, she trained […]


Working in Technology and Digital Media

Lauren Maffeo (MSc ’12) has reported on and worked within the global technology sector. Born and raised in the US, she started her career as a freelance journalist covering tech trends for The Guardian and The Next Web from London. Today, Lauren works as an associate principal analyst at GetApp, where she covers the impact of emerging tech like […]


A day in the life of a freelancer

The final event of Careers in Creative Industries week, which took place from 11 – 15 February, was an opportunity for students to hear what it is actually like to work as a freelance writer. They were joined by Marina Gerner (@MarinaSGerner), freelance feature writer and Markets editor for Money Week, and Emma Bryce (@EmmaSAanne), freelance Science and Environment […]


Insights into the Brussels Bubble

Master’s student and Marketing and Communications Assistant for LSE Careers, Coralie Delettre, shares her experience of our recent European Internships Fair and reflects on her time in Brussels in this guest blog.
LSE Careers’ Brussels internship fair was a great opportunity to meet employers working in European affairs as well as peer into the inside of the so-called ‘Brussels bubble’. […]


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