Saqib Chaudhry

Islamabad, Pakistan|

I chose LSE because it offers a balanced programme with aspects of development and organisational management. The main principle of the ADMIS programme is that information systems are social systems within an organisational context. The programme offers flexibility by including a variety of course options depending on your long-term career aspirations. LSE has also given me the opportunity to practice beyond the classroom setting at various workshops held by world-class consultancy firms, giving me the chance to put my knowledge into practice. Whether you want to be a consultant or a developer this programme will equip you with the tools that you need to make a difference in the industry. After I complete my MSc I will be either working as a consultant or might pursue my PhD. As a graduate of LSE I have a plethora of options to choose from and I will be able to pursue my career in whichever Information Systems related field I choose.

 

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MSc Analysis, Design and Management of Information Systems