We will shortly be announcing our 2021-22 Student Ambassadors!
Our Master's programme Student Ambassadors are here to help you understand what it means to be part of the LSE Management community. Whether you have questions about a specific programme, the inside story on LSE campus life, or tips on making the most of life in London - they are here to answer your queries.
We have recruited a diverse, talented, and truly global cohort. Get in touch with our Student Ambassadors and look out for them on LSE Management's social media.
Hey guys! I am Anooshka from Kolkata, India. I did my Bachelors in Business Administration (specialised in Financial Management) from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata. After which, I graduated with MSc Accounting and Finance from LSE. And now, I am doing my 2nd master’s, The Global MSc in Management (GMiM) also from LSE. I believe LSE is the school to be at, it is just amazing!
Currently, I am the LSE SU Postgraduate Students Officer and I represent 7000 Postgraduate Students i.e. 65% of the LSE student body.
After graduating from LSE, I want to go back to India to work in my family business and take it to greater heights.
Hello Everyone! I am Gamze - a first year GMiM student from Izmir, Turkey.
Before coming to LSE, I studied Politics and International Relations at SOAS, University of London.
I have always been passionate about learning the complex structures of different political, social and economic systems and studying Master’s in Global Management degree at LSE, with its applied nature and interdisciplinary approach was a perfect transition for me.
I have been involved in various societies throughout my studies. During my undergraduate studies I was the president of United Nations Society and here at LSE, I am serving as the Secretary of Graduate Management Society. I believe societies are a vital part of having a unique university experience and they also allow you to meet with like-minded individuals.
Outside of my studies, I enjoy traveling and trying out different cuisines. This year I also had a chance to develop my culinary skills.
I am thrilled to be part of a very diverse and vibrant student community here at LSE. I know how difficult it is to choose the degree you want to pursue and the university you want to attend. I am here to help in your process of finding the right place for you!
Li Hern, Malaysia
Hi there! My name is Li and I am currently a first year GMiM student at LSE.
Prior to this, I spent a year working at Deloitte here in London, which was great experience leading up to the GMiM.
Outside of the Management classroom, I am on the committee of the LSE Consultancy Society as well as a student consultant for the 180 Degrees Consulting LSE branch.
Great food and company are some of the best things in life, so I really enjoy exploring London for all it has to offer with friends and people in my network.
Before COVID-19, some of my favourite activities include indoor wall-climbing and playing the drums.
I look forward to connecting with you and answering any queries you might have about anything at all.
My name is Russell Wee. I am originally from Singapore, but I have lived in the UK for a number of years. I am currently a penultimate-year student pursuing a double degree in the Global Master’s in Management and the CEMS Master’s in International Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Most recently, I graduated from the University of Warwick in Management with Finance.
Evidently, I am highly interested in business both practically and academically. This has led me to undertake leadership positions in the Business and Investment Group as the Head of Alumni Relations.
I am a friendly individual so please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Hi! My name is Sebastian. I am originally Spanish, but I have grown-up all-over Europe and last year I gained my British citizenship. Prior to joining the Global Master’s in Management (GMiM), I studied Business and Management at Durham University.
I have complemented my studies with a range of work experiences, including a placement year at Samsung Electronics.
I am excited to be at LSE as it is a world-renowned university thanks to its dynamic, vibrant and multicultural environment. In particular, the GMiM is a unique opportunity as it allows you to build a truly global network and to develop the necessary tools to succeed later-on in life - both professionally and personally. As a 2-year programme, the GMiM provides students the necessary time to decide what they truly want to achieve whilst at LSE and what they want to do after.
All the ambassadors are here to help you decide on your future. Please feel free to ask me any questions regarding LSE, the GMiM, and living in the UK.
Hello! My name is Zhang Zhichen but you can also call me Chelsea. I was born and raised in Shanghai, China.
Prior to joining LSE’s Global Master’s in Management (GMiM) programme, I studied English Literature at Shanghai International Studies University.
I have developed a strong passion for business through my internships in a wide range of institutions. I have interned in areas including assurance, investment banking, retail banking, strategy planning and private equity investment. These really helped me confirm my career passion and helped me to transit from studying liberal arts to management.
Having gone through the process myself, I know that applying to master’s programmes can be a lot of pressure. Now as a full-time student, I am truly fascinated by LSE’s course structure and diversified cohort.
I am more than willing to share my experiences and feel free to contact me if you have any questions!