Daniel Maxwell Okoro

I chose LSE as it was one of the best, if not the best institute in Europe, and one of the best in the world for the study of Anthropology. Its pedigree is second to none and I wanted to be part of that. I enjoy being part of a diverse body of students in the heart of London, with access to research facilities and academics in a world centre of excellence. I also feel it would be fair to say that the depth of knowledge I have acquired so far can be attributed to the intensity and rigorousness of study here. I am safe in the knowledge that I will be leaving here with a world class training.

In terms of my personal development, to put it shortly, I am a completely different person today than the one that started here nearly three years ago. My time spent studying at LSE has added a great deal to my sense of self-worth and self-esteem, and has actually given me a direction and focus in life.

After my bachelor's degree at LSE, I intend to do a post graduate diploma or a master's degree in the field of Media and Communications.

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London, UK

 

3rd year, BA/BSc Social Anthropology|