London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE Review

London, United Kingdom
Actuarial Science
Low student satisfaction

LSE is well known for its job prospects, but that is also why students are not having the best ‘uni life’. 18 can be a very sensitive age. Students might struggle with self identification, leaving home for the first time, sexual orientation and etc. On top of that, some course mates who have multiple spring week/internship offers can only worsen this situation.
Students don’t really have a sense of belonging here, that is just very common among universities in big cities. But I don’t think that is an excuse to blame everything on the university. You will struggle no matter where you go, might as well use to this pressure to achieve greater things. LSE is definitely not everyone’s cup of tea, but I do hope this place will make everyone stronger when we leave. Best of luck to everyone.

Programme: Actuarial Science
Degree: Bachelor's
Graduation: 2021
Campus: London, United Kingdom
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