LSE is a university with a strong focus on theory. I highly recommend the GMiM 2-year course, but combined with either the CEMS exchange or the MBA exchange. The university itself provides several stimulating opportunities for students to thrive, but the content of the classes is very theoretical. If you expect something more practical and hands on, I would recommend choosing another institution. The Careers Service office provides students with all the tools they need to land and ace interviews. Overall I would recommend.View more
Overall a great experience with great people, interesting classes and excellent exchange options (eg Yale, University of Chicago, HEC or Tsinghua). I would definitely recommend this program to others.View more
I definitely enjoyed my time at LSE. In my opinion, the highlight of my experience at LSE has been its focus on soft skills. Since the very first day, I have been taught the importance of interpersonal relationships, networking, communication, and leadership. I learnt that besides strong academic knowledge, these soft skills are essential to succeed in our professional life. Before these two years, nobody ever brought up these aspects with me, so I have to thank LSE for it!
Additionally, London is a dynamic and stimulating environment to be in, so location is another highlight.View more
High-quality selection of courses but some teachers better than others. Great facilities, world-class research being undertaken. The course specifically teaches the basics of management so frustrating if you already studied but a good background if not.View more
I think the LSE is a great university! While the teaching quality can be mixed at times (as it is at most research-focused universities), the facilities, the other students you meet and the career opportunities available to university students here are fantastic!
I would recommend this university if you are a self-starter, go-getting type, what your mind can conceive, you can achieve at LSE!View more