BSc Management

Five tips to ace your LSE application

Applications for LSE’s programmes are now open – but before you submit, check out our tips straight from the Graduate Admissions office. See a full list of our Management programmes or come learn about them in person or via livestream on 21 November at our annual Applicants’ Evening.

Do your research

We receive applications from lots of prospective students who […]

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    Saying goodbye to perfectionism: reflections on my first term at LSE

Saying goodbye to perfectionism: reflections on my first term at LSE

‘What would be the point of being at LSE if I do not feel challenged?’ Global Master’s in Management student Maieule de Carné, learns to let go of perfectionism, and focus on learning.

It is the last Thursday before the end of term, and here I am, sitting on a plane to Dublin reflecting on my first semester at LSE. […]

Choosing the best BSc Management courses for you

In her latest post, third-year BSc Management student Wan Yee Fok shares her seasoned advice when it comes to selecting from the wide spectrum of courses offered to students of the programme.

 

I’ve always thought that one of the best things about studying on the BSc Management programme was the flexibility it gave students when it came to course selection. At […]

Life after BSc Management

Career. Job. Employment. These words, and any other words even vaguely associated with them, have always struck a deep chord of fear within me. That chord has resonated especially strongly this year, as it was my last year of study at LSE. That’s right, I am now a graduate.

Even though the run-up to my graduation was clouded by some […]

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    Why leaving LSE behind for a weekend to indulge your travel bug is a must

Why leaving LSE behind for a weekend to indulge your travel bug is a must

University is all about new experiences. Once you arrive, you’ll meet new people, in new surroundings, and learn new things! What’s even better is that LSE is located in London. There is a colourful variety of things to do right at your fingertips, be it going to the theatre, diving into the past at a museum, or strolling through […]

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    Experiencing the best of both worlds at LSE and Chicago Booth

Experiencing the best of both worlds at LSE and Chicago Booth

I set out to write this account of my time at LSE after returning home from London. This time not as visitor or alumni volunteer, but in my professional role as Project Manager for E.ON Inhouse Consulting, looking to recruit management students. Whilst observing the students work on a case study we developed for them, it brought back a […]

What is your greatest fear coming to university?

Find out what LSE students were most scared of before coming to study here.

How do you feel about the prospect of finally going to university? I’m sure, or I hope, that you’re feeling excited, proud and happy. However, I’ve been in your shoes before and I know it can be a weird and contradictory bundle of emotions. For me, […]

The ultimate guide to LSE student societies

Are you worried about what university life will be like? Let me try to alleviate some of those worries. It definitely isn’t all lectures, classes and studying. Don’t get me wrong – these things are important. Still, it is possible to have a good work-life balance, and LSE Students’ Union (LSESU) is here to help you achieve this with […]

What does Brexit mean to international students?

A glimpse into some international students’ personal thoughts on Brexit

I have to admit, when I was tasked with finding out what Brexit meant to international students, I panicked. The assignment caused me to reflect on my own reaction to the EU referendum held in the UK last year and, while I was shocked and dismayed, I could not […]