LSE students and alumni share their thoughts on what an LSE education is like, how to make the most of support at LSE, why they're proud to be part of LSE's world-changing ideas, and how to have fun while doing your degree!
Be part of LSE’s world-changing ideas
From world-changing ideas to collaborative working, studying at LSE can be a challenging – but incredibly rewarding – experience. How has LSE challenged you to do your best work?
Make the most of support at LSE
There’s loads of support available to you at LSE, from academic mentoring to career opportunities. Eric, Chrisann and Hezelyn share their advice on how to make yourself at LSE.
How has LSE changed you for the better?
“LSE has prepared me to be an innovative thinker who knows my worth”. How has LSE changed you for the better?
Having fun with your degree
Chrisann and Bonnie share their advice on how to make the most of your degree while having fun in the process.
Balancing your academic and social life
Your final year of study is about everything you’ve learnt coming together, but it’s also about getting the balance right between studying and socialising. Students Margherita, Helena, Omiros, and Henry share their advice on juggling responsibilities and fun!
How has LSE inspired you?
From the people you meet to the skills you gain, LSE is about more than just what you study. Margherita, Helena, Claire, and Henry share what they find inspiring about their time at LSE.
Making the most of LSE
From creating podcasts and writing a great dissertation, to getting help and inspiration from LSE’s learning community, find out how Helena, Omiros, Henry and Margherita have made the most of their time here.
What’s your eureka moment?
“When I arrived here in September, I think it really was a eureka moment”. Opportunities are everywhere at LSE, and Claire, Henry, Omiros and Helena have all been making the most of them. Do you have an LSE eureka moment?