Despite low student satisfaction ratios, I think the LSE dealt with the covid situation effectively. It provided me with a lot of professional opportunities which helped me secure a very competitive job in one of the best banks in the industry. The counselling and advice offered through various societies were remarkable and student facilities were great. The centre building along with the LSE library were my favourite spots to both hang out and study on campus.
My degree was very challenging but there was always academic help available. The only thing LSE should work on is their mental health counselling service. It is very hard to get appointments unless one mentions that they’re feeling suicidal. There is often a huge wait on getting appointments and I think it is best if LSE does something about it.