The strength of the Economics programme at LSE is the extent to which it challenges the students. The first two years are quite technical, which gives you a very solid background for the third year, where your course options are a lot more varied and applicable to what we fearfully call 'the real world'.
A centrally located campus provides fantastic benefits. Sightseeing tours, which people travel thousands of kilometres to take, become part of your daily commute. You'll be doing things and meeting people that most others can only do on vacation. But at LSE you can do this for three whole years.
I hope to continue studying at MSc level next year. After that I hope to work in the management consulting sector.
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