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Anna Bruvere

Personal author: Bruvere, Anna

September 2020 At the Globe, coming to campus for the first time

Biqi Gao

Personal author: Gao, Biqi

I went to LSE in 2013 for a graduate study in social policy and graduated from the School with a Master of Science in Development and Social Policy a year later. Being a student of LSE provided me a great opportunity to see the world and to learn more about social policies from my excellent lecturers and fellow students from all over the world. One of my most impressive memory of life in LSE was the department trip to Cumberland Lodge in January 2014. We worked in groups on researching and making policies on different subjects, such as education, traffic problem, public health, etc. It was a wonderful memory of discussing and presenting opinions on police-making with my intelligent group members, as well as an unforgettable memory of a weekend in the beautiful Windsor Great Park. In LSE, the courses I took on health, gender and social welfare, reshaped my understanding of social development, and then contributed to my career in public sector in my home country. Now I'm working for a institution that provides in-service education for schoolteachers from rural areas of China, which helps them to be accessible to more advanced teaching resources, and may finally contribute to improving the education levels of rural areas. It is my experience in LSE that inspires me to work for better education for teachers, and to keep on working even harder in the future.

Carlos Lejnieks

Personal author: Lejnieks, Carlos

A proud graduation moment (MSc, 2004) with my mother and me in front of the East Building.

Georgy Krupenin

Personal author: Krupenin, Georgy

Executive education course "fixed income" November 2019

Harshita Murarka

Personal author: Murarka, Harshita

After submitting my dissertation posing in front of the old building. August 2019 LSE undoubtedly has been the most fruitful experience of my life. #grateful

Jose Daniel Madrigal

Personal author: Madrigal, Jose Daniel

Last picture of the MSc in Urbanisation and Development, one week before UK lockdown during the COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020. Date: 13th March, 2020.

Lauren Munton

Personal author: Munton, Lauren

Freshers Grand Ball October 1980 - main act was the unknown band U2 in the Quadrangle! We didn't know who they were and weren't impressed so we wandered off to see another band or most likely to the bar.

Louisa Tomar

Personal author: Tomar, Louisa

MSc Development Management, Big Data consultancy team featuring Tinashe Zimani, William Guicheney, Hope Kyarisiima and Louisa Tomar celebrating end of term in London Fields, Hackney 2016

Mariasilvia Froio

Personal author: Froio, Mariasilvia

Last day of exams for the students of the Department of International Development (June 2014). Celebrating with champagne in Lincoln's Inn Fields!

Minkyu Lee

Personal author: Lee, Minkyu

On 18th Dec 2013, I had my graduation ceremony from LSE, officially holding my degree in MSc in Gender, Development and Globalisation. The degree is very rare for a man, male person, heterosexual feminist man, diversity-oriented gender studier, who is from Busan, South Korea, however, I am so proud of my achievement and time that I could spend with most wonderful women and men, human beings, friends and colleagues from Gender Institute and other departments at LSE. Although it was just one year, I loved it so much so that I had to bring someone who I love with me for my graduation day. It was my mom. She was sitting at the very front seat while I was shaking hands with the then Dean of the School, David Calhoun. So much great memory and a sweet end of the time, which will last forever and ever. Thank you very much, LSE, for being always the smallest but most beutiful part of my life. Thank you.

Sanjana Ahuja

Personal author: Ahuja, Sanjana

During my first month as a student in the Global Media and Communications Track (LSE-USC) we were given the opportunity to spend a weekend at the famed Cumberland lodge. The weekend was packed with academic events along with fun activities to help the diverse student body familiarise with each other. In those two days, we discussed world events, understood the nuances of the course, laughed over trivial matters, and made unforgettable memories in the midst of the magnificent Windsor Great Park. It was in those two days that I truly became a #PartofLSE

Sara Coole Panza

Personal author: Panza, Sara Coole

I met my husband at the LSE. I attended from 1990-1993. Here are photos of fun times at the end of year party in the garden at Passfield.

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