1. The people – You can’t ask for a more diverse, culturally enriching environment than LSE.
2. The buildings – Some old, some new, some somewhere inbetween; the architecture of the LSE buildings is worth coming to see.
3. The SU – The Student Union offers everything from fitness classes to every society you can think of.
4. The location – As they say: “Location, location, location”. A quick walk south and you’re at the River Thames, a few minutes down the Strand and you’re in the heart of Trafalgar square. But my favorite local neighborhood is Covent Garden.
5. The Centre Building – If we’re going to talk architecture, the Centre Building deserves its own recognition. The building is brand new and the upper floors boast a view of all parts of London.
6. LSE LIFE – I’ve written so many blogs about LSE LIFE or that mention LSE LIFE I’ve lost count. It’s useful for just about everything!
7. The Library – Whether you’re checking out a book or need a place to study, the library is a must.
8. Department Common Rooms – The Social Policy common room has a free coffee machine and is always filled with your course mates.
9. The Careers Centre – Nestled up on the 5th floor of the SU building, you should drop in at least once during your time at LSE!
10. Being a student blogger – I love writing and this has been a great way for me to express my creativity, improve my writing skills, and share my experience at LSE with future students.