Student Profiles and Testimonials

Below you can find profiles of current students and recently graduated students, who talk about their degrees and their experience at LSE on camera or in writing. You can also contact former students who have studied in the Department, giving you the opportunity to hear personally from those with first-hand experience of studying at LSE, and who are in a unique position to answer your questions on their experiences prior to, during and since their time at the School.

MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

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A.S. Al-Saffar
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc in Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation?
4. What did you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do next?
7. What has been the most exciting or challenging part of your degree?

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(Done in 2013-2014)
 
 

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Aaron
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc degree you are doing in International History?
4. What did you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do next?

*Read the interview*|


(Done in 2013-2014)
 
 

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Amarpal
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

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(Submitted in 2013-2014)

 
 

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Chris
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose the MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation?
4. What did you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do next?
7. What has been the most exciting or challenging part of your degree?

*Read the interview*|


(Done in 2013-2014)
 
 

KatrinaMScEmpires

Katrina
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

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(Submitted in 2013-2014) 


 

  KevinMScEmpires

Kevin
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to study MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation?
4. What did you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do next?
7. What has been the most exciting or challenging part of your degree?

*Read the interview*|


(Done in 2013-2014)
 
 

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Zaib
MSc Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation

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(Submitted in 2013-2014)


 

 

MSc History of International Relations

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Fadi Esber
MSc History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc in the History of International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*|

(Recorded in 2013-2014)
 
 

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Harriet Shone
MSc History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc degree you are doing in International History?
4. What did you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do next?

*Read the interview*|


(Done in 2013-2014)
 
 

MSc Theory and History of International Relations

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Kevin Hempstead
MSc Theory and History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc in Theory and History of International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*|


(Recorded in 2013-2014)
 
 

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Clara Rees-Jones
MSc Theory and History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc in Theory and History of International Relations degree at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*|

(Recorded in 2013-2014)
 
 

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Christopher Shook
MSc Theory and History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose a degree in International History?
4. What did you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How did you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do next?
7. What was your favourite module and why?
8. Would you recommend this course to incoming students? If so why?

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(Done in 2013/2014)

 


NB:
Some details on the programme might have changed since these interviews were made. Please check our Masters Programmes| section for the most up to date information.


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