I chose LSE because of its international reputation, its top class rating in social science subjects and its central London location. The School also has an excellent reputation in the job market and this makes it the best place to study for students.
There are a number of things I like about my programme but the practical approach to studying Law is something I particularly admire. The moot court at LSE and the various mooting competitions that are held throughout the year make it possible for students to understand the subject even better.
The Careers Service at LSE has helped me tremendously since I started at the School. It offers valuable advice on seeking part-time jobs and provides skill sessions to help you to improve your CV, cover letters and application forms when you are applying for employment upon graduation.
There are innumerable societies at LSE and I have enjoyed being a member of the Pakistan, Arabic, Badminton and Aerobics societies. Prior to coming to London I was a shy student and I never thought I would ever be able to stand for any elections but LSE gave me confidence and made it possible for me to become the International Officer of my hall of residence (Bankside).
LSE has been a treasure box for me full of opportunities that have helped me become a much better person than I was. After I graduate I plan to do my Legal Practice Course (LPC) and hope to eventually join a corporate law firm in London.
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