I've just got that MSC at the lse.
Now i'm working in a top tier consultancy company in italy. I took my msc straight after undergrad with little work experience.
What is remarkable about that is provides u with a very analytical approach. U really start to think strategically. the program is not very quantitative but it is challenging, it really teaches u to think on your own. So no comparison with LBS or other MiM where they teach U absolutely nothing, they just help u finding a job.
The downside is that the career service, networking events and other job related stuff are much poorer at lse compared to i.e. LBS. yOU HAVE TO FIND ur own way, and be very entrepreneurial, starting to think seriously about applications at the very beginning.
There are opportunities in the lse campus, like societies-connected networking events etc.. but people often realize it too late (applications if u want to work in london in consulting/ib close before Christmas). Rememeber also that the reputation of lse in the uk and even more all over the world is simply GREAT. CITY university is NOTHING compared to lse.
So it's a tradeoff: u learn a lot, u're in a fantastic place (lse), u have huge opportunities to join societies and meet extraordinary people
on the other hand u should be very entrepreneurial because a lot happens at the very beginning and if u're not active none will micro-manage ur time (like at LBS)
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