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London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE Speciality : Anthropology

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    Very good teaching, too much emphasis on cold calling
    Quite intense
    Lots of reading to do and at times its difficult to complete work because there is a lot going on
    This also means that it is difficult to get involved with extracurricular activities

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2021
    Campus: London
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    Both Demanding and Fulfilling

    LSE is one of the highest-ranking universities in the world and it certainly meets the expectation of such ranking. The Professors and the academic staff are amazing in their subjects and the school provides many useful services for its students and alumni, from consulting and assistance with the studies or career planning to overall emotional and mental health services. You can find help through various sections or staff, in LSE Life, LSE Careers, or from the major-specific library assistants. The only problem is that it does not engage with real and ongoing world issues ad much as it should (at least in my discipline). which might be a result of the intense academic schedule and all the works that should be done in one year.

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Master's
    Campus: London
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    LSE Experience

    Although the work load can be intense at times, it offered many interesting readings and proposed me with good intellectual challenges that I have thoroughly benefited. I liked the fact that in the second year, you have a chance to select modules of your interest. At this stage, you can tailor your degree to fit your interests and start make your degree more unique! LSE has a resourceful career service, which provides help for interview and C.V. in general, as well as, a network of alumni that interacts closely with the university.

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2019
    Campus: London
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    Doesn’t care about its students

    While my time at the LSE has been characterised by a certain discourse which has focused on the key words “student satisfaction”, not once have I felt that this institution cares at all about its students. It feels like the only reason student satisfaction matters to them is because it is an embarrassment for them to be so low in the tables, not because they actually care about students’ wellbeing. There has consistently been little effort to address what I feel are the roots of low student satisfaction: a preoccupation with prestigious and highly lucrative jobs, a complete disregard for mental health, and an unsafe, unwelcoming and competitive environment for those who feel lost and need help. The only thing that has stopped me from giving it 1 star is because my department has been largely different. The anthropology department feels like a community, a small haven in an otherwise unfriendly university.

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2019
    Campus: London
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    You get what you put in

    LSE is a very corporate, careers driven university. It is not for the faint-hearted. You have to be tough and strong-willed to survive at LSE: with challenges like social life, academic teaching and student engagement. However, I personally learned to deal with these challenges by finding people who think similarly to me. I got involved with societies, switched degrees to Anthropology and now have a chance to study abroad. All this is because I could adapt and found opportunities to keep growing at LSE. They are there for you to find at LSE – you just have to keep pushing to find them. But be warned – LSE can be a stressful, isolating uni in the middle of London. You’ve got to work hard to overcome those challenges; I did, and I feel very happy here.

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    Programme: Anthropology
    Degree: Bachelor's
    Graduation: 2020
    Campus: London
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