Anouk Mukherjee

London, UK|

The aspect of the MSc ADMIS I like most is its critical approach to problems in information systems and its wider social implications. It allows me to balance my more deterministic engineering background with an interpretivist viewpoint. The lecturers here have not only changed my view of my profession, but also the way I see the world. I chose LSE because of its uniqueness. Few institutions provide the kind of studies regarding information systems that the LSE does. The LSE being at the cutting edge of research in the social sciences, I knew that I would get exposure to new ideas that challenge the establishment. Since arriving at LSE, I have liked best the international flavour of the student body and the vibrancy of student life (as demonstrated on Houghton Street on a daily basis!) I have also enjoyed being the Secretary of the RUN Society, which organises day trips and other outdoor activities for students. I have also taken advantage of the list of the most distinguished speakers on the LSE Public Lecture series. Following my MSc I would like to pursue a career in ICT policy research either in the public or private sector.


A photo of Anouk Mukherjee, an LSE student
MSc Analysis, Design and Management of Information Systems