London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is a public research university founded in 1895 and located in London, England. It is a constituent college of the federal University of London. This institution has more than ten thousand students and three thousand staff from all over the world, which offers a truly international environment.Show more
So far everything is perfect, pretty intense but rewarding as well. The time and effort that is dedicated from teachers to student is fantastic and if you really want to learn more and go further there is always help by peers, teachers and professors.View more
LSE had always been my dream school but when I got accepted, I didn’t know what I was getting into. I must say, it held up to everything I had thought it would be. With it being located in the heart of the city, brilliant professors, the course was designed in such a way that it always challenged my intellect. I was taught how to think on my feet and I have taken back a lot more from the university than just memories and degree. Needless to say that you already feel intimidated that you’re walking the halls of a university which has produced such brilliant minds in the past, only once you study here, you know why. The professors are all highly respected and accomplished in their field of study and they know how to guide you through every step of the way. I realised how much value the course added only when I started working because subconsciously I was applying everything that I was taught at LSE. This is what makes it a great place to study and if I could I would go back in a heartbeatView more
LSE is a fantastic place to be in. Academically, the knowledge and wealth of experience that world-class professors bring into lectures and seminars are truly outstanding. Specifically, this knowledge enabled me to form and shape my own understanding of the world, through in-depth critical analysis. The high level of diversity also significantly enhances the quality of discussions within classes, opening my mind to the nuances and contextual nature of various issues.
I also feel that the Careers department at LSE put in a lot of effort to organize Careers fairs and networking sessions with various organizations, as well plenty of skills-enhancing sessions, such as mock assessment centre practice.
I would definitely recommend LSE to everyone, as it is truly an academically-enriching experience.View more
Overall, my experience has been extremely good. The course content and the style of teaching of certain professors has been impressive. Moreover, the range of varied electives from which we can choose allows us to tailor our programme to our specific interests.View more
In my field i.e. international relations, the LSE is well known. Professors from the department have been pioneering research in the field for years. What I benefitted from was the unique ability to access their research and even assist them with it. I had numerous opportunities to reflect on my academic education through these projects. Overall the LSE is research intensive and international. When you combine this with the high reputation of the school, you have an education that will serve as as asset throughout your career.View more
LSE has always been known for its brand and large number of brilliant leaders that they produce so I would be lying if I said I wasn’t excited when I got accepted. However, only once I joined did I realise why LSE has been able to give the world such brilliant minds. Apart from the great infrastructure, location and all-inclusive atmosphere, what is unique about the university is their drive towards making sure their students are prepared to apply their classroom learned concepts in the real world. Their teaching methods and immense support from the professors constantly emphasise in helping students think on their toes and help in applying these concepts so everyone is prepared to take on the challenges that their work-life might pose to them.View more
I’m truly enjoying my time here. It is truly rewarding that the LSE provides opportunities to its students for anything and everything that they wish to succeed in. Be it curriculars or extra curriculars, LSE provided all the support one needs.View more
LSE is a good place to be as a student.There is a plethora of activities and opportunities for anyone to learn. Professors here are subject experts and also good teachers.I would definitely recommend LSE.View more
I think this university is great. Academically challenging and intellectually stimulating. The professors are knowledgeable and eager to aid you in your journey of learning. Facilities are great too. All in all, a fantastic place to study.View more
The teachers are really precise, they know their subjects, they know how to make it easy for everyone to understand. Overall, they are quite altruistic and flexible as they can adapt easily to the different cultures of the student.View more