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4 things you probably didn’t know about the MiM

Thinking about doing the MiM at LSE? Read on…

A year ago, I was in the same position as some of you who are reading this post- doing my research on suitable options for my Masters’ degree. I had a clear idea on what I wanted to do; I wanted a degree in management that gave me equal insights into […]

February 18th, 2019|LSE, Student life|0 Comments|

How do you know if a master’s is right for you?

This was a question I asked myself a lot when I was in third year and trying to decide what to do with the rest of my life. Naturally, pursuing a master’s wasn’t the only option available to me, and I knew many people who had survived without one just fine. Besides, taking on an extra degree meant getting […]

February 14th, 2019|Featured, LSE, Student life|0 Comments|

A Guide on How to Nail Your Accounting Report

This is a guide written for Accounting students and all who might be interested in Accounting. As all AC students probably know, the first week back from Christmas, there was a report due. For many of us, this was our first ever report… and a certain amount of confusion, despair, excitement or hopelessness might have been inevitable (if you […]

February 11th, 2019|Student life|0 Comments|

LSE Choir experience at the Royal Albert Hall

At the General Course Welcome Presentation, our Dean Mark enthusiastically advertised for the 200+ student societies at LSE. After a bit of shopping, I decided to join the choir, which later gave me my first opportunity ever to perform in a real concert hall —- the famous Royal Albert Hall (RAH).

The choir consists of a diverse group of people, […]

January 25th, 2019|Student life|0 Comments|

Why You Should Volunteer Abroad

If you didn’t manage to secure a summer internship or if you simply didn’t fancy working away that long precious summer you only get as a student, then you might be wondering what on earth you’re going to do with those three months of freedom which come as a blissful reward following the stress of final exams. Naturally, if […]

January 9th, 2019|Student life, Travel|0 Comments|

Elizabeth: Let’s start with a little self introduction

Some background information

I come from a bit of a paradoxical background, considering I was born in Washington D.C. but in terms of nationality, I am Russian. So, when asked where I am from, I tend to respond that I am an American born Russian. Then the next question people ask is: “So then, which do you like better?” Honestly, […]

LSE – A Brit’s First Impressions

Having just graduated in July from the University of Birmingham and coming fresh out of an undergraduate degree, I thought the transition to Master’s at LSE wouldn’t be anything out of the ordinary – ‘It’s just another year at university,’ I told myself, ‘how different can it be?’ In answering that question, I was (pleasantly) surprised.

I’m a student from […]

December 17th, 2018|Featured, LSE, Student life|0 Comments|

My nervous journey to LSE

Hi! I am a 22-year-old recently graduated architect from India, now in London for this seemingly daunting task of pursuing my master’s in the midst of all the economists, mathematicians, and politicians.

Like everyone I assume, I had spent most of August and September worrying about baggage restrictions, reading lists, future prospects of my program, course choices, accommodation and most […]

December 11th, 2018|LSE, Student life|0 Comments|

The dissertation explorer

Studying at LSE has been a process of challenging myself intellectually. I already spoke in previous posts about my struggle to find myself academically during my undergraduate studies. I think that the main difference when you start your master’s level degree – and this is truer when you’ve already had time to think about what you want to do – […]

July 27th, 2018|Student life|0 Comments|
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    Enjoying the London Summer While Working on Your Dissertation

Enjoying the London Summer While Working on Your Dissertation

When people ask me whether I am done with graduate school, some part of me wants to say yes, but I know that I have a huge dissertation looming over me and I can’t say I am fully done yet. Just saying the word dissertation overwhelms me. In retrospect, I know that I have the whole summer to work on […]

July 24th, 2018|Student life|0 Comments|

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