I overall enjoyed my experience at LSE. The many student societies and sports clubs offer a wide range of events and opportunities, where everyone can find something that interests her/him. The student community is also extremely diverse and relatively inclusive. Academically, the professors are often well known academic scholars who are experts in their fields, although the actual teaching is not always great. LSE is however a very career-minded university and you will find a lot of students who will focus on their career goals and prioritise them over their course or extra-curricular activities, especially in courses like Economics, Finance, or Law. This can be a good thing, as it will help you prepare for your professional career, but if you are not so career-minded, you will easily find friends who share your interests. Finally, the only major criticism I have about LSE, is that they don‘t offer re-sits for exams. This can be an issue especially if you fall sick during the exam period. If a student is unable to attend two exams (e.g. due to illness), then she/he will have to re-take these courses in the following year, causing them to lose a full year of their life. However, it seems like LSE is planning to introduce re-sits in the years to come, hopefully eliminating this problem.