The Student Lens

A stand-out degree: why LSE’s MiM was right for me

Choosing a Master’s in Management programme can be tricky- what are your career goals? Where do you want to live? What size of cohort is best for you? Here’s why LSE’s Master’s in Management stood out to Matei Bjola and why he’s never regretted his decision to come to London.

Hi, my name is Matei! If you’re reading this, you […]

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    Could you say that again? The perks and pitfalls of pursuing my MSc in a foreign language

Could you say that again? The perks and pitfalls of pursuing my MSc in a foreign language

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 […]

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    Why technology isn’t a cure-all: the socio-technical approach

Why technology isn’t a cure-all: the socio-technical approach

In her latest blog, Msc Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation student Sofia Klapp interviews the MISDI programme director to explain the concept of socio-technical approach to technological investment and how it can help organisations avoid the Productivity Paradox.

As a consultant for innovation and IT projects, I have frequently watched as C-level executives and IT experts within organisations […]

London Life in Colour 3: green spaces and history lessons

MSc Marketing student Bridget Harkness is no stranger to the power of brand guidelines to tell the story of an experience. That’s why she’s created her own palette of colours to describe her first semester here at LSE. This is the second in a series of three articles of Bridget’s personal stories of life in London and her top tips for making the most […]

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    How marketing theory can help you to make better career choices

How marketing theory can help you to make better career choices

How does operant conditioning work in everyday life? MSc Marketing student Allison Katz applies the theories from her courses to her decisions past and present to navigate the job search process and the workplace.

Before joining LSE, I was a consumer goods and services strategy consultant for four years. I enjoyed navigating the workplace, but after a few months of […]

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    London Life in Colour 2: travelcard tips and sites not to be missed

London Life in Colour 2: travelcard tips and sites not to be missed

MSc Marketing student Bridget Harkness is no stranger to the power of brand guidelines to tell the story of an experience. That’s why she’s created her own palette of colours to describe her first semester here at LSE. This is the second in a series of three articles of Bridget’s personal stories of life in London and her top tips for making […]

Which management degree is the right one for me?

With eight full-time Master’s programmes on offer at LSE Management, it can be difficult at first glance to understand the unique offerings of each course. In this blog post, Management and Strategy student Tomisin Ogunsanya explains how he decided between two management degrees on his quest to prepare himself for the world of business consultancy.

When I was selecting my master’s, I […]

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    London life in colour: stories of LSE in a personal brand palette

London life in colour: stories of LSE in a personal brand palette

MSc Marketing student Bridget Harkness is no stranger to the power of brand guidelines to tell the story of an experience. That’s why she’s created her own palette of colours to describe her first semester here at LSE. This is the first in a series of three articles of Bridget’s personal stories of life in London and her top tips […]

To MiM or to GMiM: that is the question…

Many prospective students wonder: what’s the difference between LSE’s two Master’s in Management programmes? Global Masters in Management student Mitali Chordia offers her advice, with inputs from Janice Shwetha Jacob (Master’s in Management) to help you decide.

Anyone looking at graduate programmes offered by the Department of Management quickly notices that there are two Masters in Management. And, since the only […]