Why I’m Leaving the LSE: Part B Editor Speaks

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  1. Sean Chou says:

    heya, I’m really sorry to hear about this. I agree with you, LSE has a lot to improve. I’m sorry you felt like it wasn’t right for you. You were really lovely to talk to and to know. I wish you all the best in the future and hope you have a lovely experience at your new university.

  2. Ben says:

    I studied at LSE 2010-2013 and looking back see a lot of this as true. You game the system, get away with it and move on. Arguably it does help in employment. I am far more efficient at identifying & meeting the real target than my peers even 4 years on.

    Student satisfaction is a measure of value for money. Student satisfaction has been a problem since 2010 and it is despicable the only signs of improvement. Doubling class teaching time would be the easiest start. There would be more time to engage in content, more time to get to know peers, and more time to become part of LSE.

  3. Jacob says:

    Nice to read that I’m not the only one. I’m re-applying through UCAS all over again and hope to get into St Andrews.

    1. Bernard says:

      Same! We might meet at Saint Andrews? 🙂

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