A quick Q&A with your Postgraduate Students' Officer
What courses did you do at LSE?
I did MSc Accounting and Finance and graduated in July 2019. And now, I’m doing my second master’s, Global MSc in Management also at LSE.
What societies and clubs were you a part of?
What else have you gotten involved in during your time at LSE? As for societies, I am a part of the LSE SU South Asia Society, LSE SU Women’s Basketball Team, LSE SU Bacchus Wine Society and LSE SU Itchy Feet Society. I am the President of LSE Grosvenor House Studios for over a year now. I was one of the SSLC reps for Department of Accounting last year. This year, I’m a Student Ambassador for Department of Management.
What is your favourite thing about LSE?
I just love how international LSE is, it’s the we have the world on our fingertips.
What is the one priority/project of yours that they should look out for this year and why?
I am really focusing on higher Postgrad inclusivity in everything the SU does. I’ll be looking at hosting a few postgrad focused events that’ll help Postgrads across departments to come together. I’m also hoping to have a 24x7 cafe on campus alongside having vending machines in the LSE library.
Top 3 things Postgrads should do in their postgrad year
- Explore the variety of things LSE has to offer, growth happens outside of class too.
- Take off your headphones and plug into the real LSE world so you can make the best of what’s being offered to you!
- Join societies, attend public lectures, be a part of the AU, explore London and make friends!!
What is the most important service of LSESU/LSE that students should know about?
The Students Union Fund because it gives any group of students to turn their idea into a reality
What's the best advice generally for postgraduate students?
Take your headphones off and plug into the real LSE world and be on the lookout to explore!