Studying at LSE is already both an accomplishment and a challenge. Throw in a language barrier and you’re in for a year of personal growth to be proud of. In his latest post, Josué Montenegro Orozco shares what it felt like to study on the MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme in a second language and gives his tips for other […]
After working to create social change with NGOs in Africa, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Master’s student Stephanie Cantor was inspired to learn about how well-designed entrepreneurialism can transform developing communities – and to start a project devoted to understanding and alleviating youth unemployment in one of Kenya’s biggest slums.
Finding out what you want to do with your life isn’t easy. Deciding what […]
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Entrepreneurship isn’t just about business. It’s a lifestyle, with its own mindset and challenges, and by listening to them we can learn a great deal. Fanny Vingerhoets helped to organise the latest Social Entrepreneurship 360 event, bringing an inspiring group of thinkers, makers and doers to campus.
By developing creative solutions, entrepreneurs can transform our world. While not everyone will become […]
Being an entrepreneur demands far more than just theoretical knowledge. So in order to benefit from their practical real-world experience, Dylan Itzikowitz and his peers on the MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme brought together a diverse group of successful innovators from around the world. The result was Social Entrepreneurship 360°, a week-long workshop on all things entrepreneur.
‘Persistence, not patience […]
Few people are aware of it, but releasing a new drug is a risky and painstaking process. Dr. Arti Thapliyal, a student on the MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme, outlines how blockchain technology could overhaul the slow, laborious and uncertain manner in which new drugs are developed – and how it could shake up the healthcare industry.
Have you ever […]
Sometimes, textbooks and theories aren’t enough. Dylan Itzikowitz, studying for an MSc in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, talks about his cohort’s field trip to Bangladesh. Working with an NGO striving to improve education, Dylan reveals the enormous challenges to widening education – and the incredible resilience and creativity they witnessed.
Last week, I was among the students privileged to consult […]
Like all management students, Saanya Narang found herself with lots of reading to do. But rather than staying in the library, she ventured out to find the best coffee shops for studying near LSE – and these were her favourites.
I’m always asked how I find the time to explore London whilst being a student in the Global Masters in Management […]
Students from LSE’s Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship MSc have launched a society dedicated to promoting the next generation of innovators – and they’re looking for new members, writes founder Dylan Itzikowitz
Moments before the diverse cohort of the inaugural MSc in Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship departed to their respective countries for the holidays, they held the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of […]