I chose LSE because it was the only institution that offered a Master's programme in Social Policy that addressed issues faced specifically by developing countries. The most interesting part of the programme was the combination of theory and practical application of the theories, thereby giving us insights into both whys and hows of social policy.
Exposure both in terms of diversity of students and access to experts was the best part about studying at LSE. I believe LSE has made me more receptive to new ideas and experiences. It has also enabled me to realign my career to the evolving field of eGovernance. I wanted to work in the area of eGovernance and my experience at LSE has enabled me to achieve that.
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