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Management Student Ambassadors

Meet our Management Student Ambassadors 

We aim to recruit a diverse and balanced group of Ambassadors to reflect our student body.


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.

Global Master's in Management

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Chenchen, China

Hi everyone! My name is Chenchen, and I’m currently a 1st-year GMiM student.    

Prior to joining LSE, I undergrad in Business Administration from ESSEC Business School.    

I was born in Beijing, China and left my home country at the age of 6 to grow up abroad. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to visit 5 continents with living, studying and working experiences on 4 of them.    

I have developed a deep interest in consulting through my academic and professional curriculum. Thus, I opted to join the GMiM programme to sharpen my understanding of general management.

What I particularly appreciate at LSE is the synergy between different departments. As a Social Science University, LSE represents a very diverse body of students and faculty. Learning alongside students from other areas of expertise and level of studies (it’s not rare to sit next to PhD students!) constantly encourages you to get challenged and give the best of yourself. This accumulation of social science knowledge makes studying at LSE truly unique!  

Applying for graduate studies can be very stressful. Given the number of competing options, things can get easily confused. Feel free to reach out for any queries. I’ll always be glad to help! 

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Emma, China

Hi everyone! I am Emma from Beijing, China. Prior to joining LSE, I did my undergraduate study in Economics at the University of Chicago. After which I worked in asset management and entrepreneurship consulting in Beijing, and I am now a second-year student in the GMiM programme.

In my two years at LSE, I’ve really benefited from LSE’s supportive network, helpful faculty, and diverse student body. There are so many things LSE can offer, be it career guidance, extracurricular activities, entrepreneurship supports, or any advice you might need in general.

Outside of the classroom, I enjoy travelling, photography and exploring good cafeterias and restaurants in London. I look forward to connecting with you and please feel free to reach out!

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Laiba, Pakistan

Hello everyone!

I am Laiba Maryam – a second-year GMiM student at the LSE from Lahore, Pakistan. Before coming to LSE, I graduated from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan in Accounting and Finance.

I came to LSE to explore multifaceted business disciplines and understand the complexity and interdependence of operations of a firm in a truly globalized world. Even during an exceptional year amidst Covid chaos, LSE had been successful in maintaining its quality of education and a sense of belonging to the LSE community. LSE offers a multicultural environment, where meaningful debates and discussions are encouraged, and students are empowered to make an impact.

Having gone through the same process, I understand how challenging and confusing it could be to find the right path for you. I am always here to share my experiences and help you transform your learning experience.

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or just want to have a conversation about LSE, GMiM or life in London.

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Leon, China

Hi there! My name is Leon, I am currently a first year GMiM student at LSE and foreseeably going for a global exchange programme to purse a double degree of CEMS Master’s in international management.

I am originally from China and freshly graduated from Warwick Business School with BSc of Management with Finance. I have a strong passion in Finance and interned in Asset Management and Wealth Management firms.

Outside the classroom, I am a full-time gym rat who even watches YouTube workout videos while having dinner. Apart from this, I truly enjoy trading, especially when my portfolio is skyrocketing to the moon. Please hit me up if you want to play the money game and be a billionaire together. I am often a funny and sometimes nerdy person.

Please feel free to ask me anything you want to know about LSE, bodybuilding, finance, or a good place for hotpot in London.

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Sara-Mey, Germany 

Hi everyone! I’m Sara-Mey from Berlin, Germany with roots in Southeast Asia. Previously, I studied Business Communication Management at the University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Economics in Berlin with an exchange semester at the Université I.U.T Paris Descartes.

After graduating, I worked in marketing for a start-up consultancy and a Fortune 500 retailer, while supporting a non-profit organisation, and discovered my interest in the management side of businesses.

Since starting the GMiM programme, I have joined Castore Consulting as Student Associate as well as the Global Luxury Business Society committee as Sponsorship Officer. Through my engagement in both societies, I was able to expand my LSE network beyond the cohort. In year 2, I am pursuing the MBA exchange in the U.S. to gain learning experience in a diverse and more experienced classroom.

As I have gone through the master’s application process myself, I understand the challenges and concerns of prospective students. Therefore, I would like to support you on the way with any questions you might have. I am looking forward to meeting you soon!


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Tatiana, France

Hi everyone! My name is Tatiana and I am Franco-Swiss, I grew up in Paris where I graduated from the International Baccalaureate. I moved to London to complete by Bachelor's degree at King's College London in History!

I am a huge foodie, so I wrote my dissertation on the culinary revolution in 1960s America. I am currently a second-year student of the Global Master's in Management here at the LSE!

Throughout previous job experiences and the fashion magazine my grandparents created, I have developed a passion for luxury business and fashion, so I started the Global Luxury business society here too! Hobbies of mine include boxing, skiing and cooking.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

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Zhichen, China

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!

Master's in Management 

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Amulya, India 

Hello everyone! I am Amulya Chandupatla from Hyderabad, India. I did my Bachelors in Commerce from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University.

As someone who was always interested in business, I believe that the MiM at LSE is a perfect platform for developing the professional and personal skills one needs to succeed in life. In addition to that, being a part of the diverse and vibrant cohort at LSE is truly an exciting experience and I am looking forward to making the most out of this year.

Please feel free to ask me any questions regarding MiM, LSE and living in London as an international student!

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Disha, India

Hey there! My name is Disha and I’m from India. Prior to LSE, I worked at Pitchbook Data for 1.5 years as a Senior Research Associate. I have completed my Bachelors in Accounting and Finance from the University of Mumbai and am currently pursuing CIMA as well.

I chose the MiM programme at LSE because it allows me to build on the concepts I have learnt from my undergraduate degree, CIMA and further my understanding and knowledge on areas I’m interested in, as well as to have exposure to a whole new different world from a very different yet delightful perspective. I’m hoping to pursue a career in consulting or banking.

I know how daunting and scary it was for me when I started out on my journey to reach here. So, I’d be happy to help you out in any way I can. Please feel to reach out to me!

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Lucia, Germany

Hi everyone! I am Lucia and I am a MSc in Management student at LSE.

Before coming to LSE, I studied Business Administration at the University of Cologne in Germany. In the past years, I have become very passionate about business and management and wanted to deepen my knowledge by pursuing a master’s in management degree.

The MiM is both academic and professional and provides me with useful skills and an amazing network. I am thrilled to be a part of LSE, a world-renowned university, and a great place to connect to a vibrant and diverse community.

When I am not studying, I love exploring London, which has very much to offer. Moreover, I enjoy playing basketball and travelling. I look forward to connecting with you, sharing my experiences and answering any questions you have.

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Mohit, India

Hello everyone! My name is Mohit Palsani and I am from Jaipur, India. Before joining my Master's in Management at LSE, I studied Bachelors of Commerce at Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi.

Post completion of the MiM program, I will pursue a diploma programme from the USA to gain technical knowledge about gemstones which would help me in my family business of Jewellery making. Since I am in London for only a year, I try to travel around the city, exploring the food and tourist attractions along with my friends, while balancing my academics. I am thrilled to be a part of a world-renowned university like LSE, which has one of the most diverse classrooms and dynamic environments, which are crucial for the holistic development of an individual.

Feel free to connect with me and I’ll help you address any difficulties you might be having about anything at all.

MSc Economics & Management

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Kyu, South Korea 

Hello, I am Kyu Weon Beom and am currently studying MSc Economics & Management. I am a South Korean, with quite an international background whereby I grew up in Indonesia, the UAE, and the UK.

Thanks to my international background, I value diversity more than anything and hence guided my application to LSE. I also did my undergraduate studies at the LSE, studying Mathematics and Economics.

Yes, I lost a substantial amount of hair and am in the course of going completely bald. Other than that, my experience at LSE has been incredible! I am a football lover. I used to play more back then, but I suffered from an ACL injury that stopped me from playing competitive games. For those who are more familiar with European football, I am a diehard Dortmund fan and if you want to have a tactical discussion on football, I am happy to do so. Just make sure you are not a Shalke fan!

I like to think I am a people person, though some may disagree, and I cannot wait to discover other lovely individuals

MSc Human Resources and Organisations

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Abhilasha, India

Born and raised in Mumbai, India; I recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and now find myself pursuing the MSc Human Resources and Organisations (IER stream) programme here at LSE!

Over my formative years, I’ve been fortunate to travel across the globe and see many countries and cultures, meet new people and have so many learning experiences!

As Student Ambassador, I hope to put these experiences to use and help prospective students in every way possible! I speak fluent English, Hindi and Bengali, so feel free to say Hi in any of these languages!

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Emefa, Ghana

Hi! My name is Angela Emefa Tagboto, but I go by my middle name Emefa! My family is originally from Ghana, in West Africa, however I was born and spent much of my upbringing in the UK. I moved to Canada during secondary school and completed my Undergraduate Degree at Dalhousie University graduating with a BSc in Psychology with a Minor in Health Studies. My previous experiences in start-up management, developing corporate structure, and talent and change management further developed my interest within the field of Human Resources.

Currently, I am pursuing a MSc in Human Resources and Organizations (HRM/CIPD) at the LSE. I’m extremely interested in improving diversity and inclusion and helping to recognize one of the greatest assets to the workplace, it’s people.

I’m really looking forward to being a student ambassador, and sharing some of my experiences, as well as learning from others experiences too! Please don’t hesitate to reach out and contact me via email or LinkedIn if you have any questions or just want to connect!

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Hogyun, South Korea

Hi everyone! I'm Bae from Seoul in South Korea and studying MSc Human Resources and Organisations. I am currently interested in AI technology and psychology in management.

Before joining LSE, I studied International Business at the University of Liverpool. During my undergraduate, I gained prestigious knowledge and wonderful memories, although it was a tough time for me as an international student.

I understand some difficulties you may have, and I would love to help you have a better University life! So anyone who needs help or has questions, don't hesitate to contact me!

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Alexandra, Romania

Hi guys! I am Alexandra from Romania. I came to London 10 years ago and have lived here ever since. I studied Anthropology and Sociology for my undergraduate. I have also worked in Sales and Marketing during my 3-year course.

I am now at LSE studying a MSc in Human Resources and Organisations and I am on the HRM stream. The reason I chose HR is because I became interested in the interplay of intrigued human and organizational psychology and how it can be applied to empower employers to achieve greater organizational success. I often listen to podcasts such as Worklife with Adam Grant and Harvard Business Review’s Women at work to try to absorb any information about people at work, their motivation and leadership. My interest in the field began with a striking curiosity in Human Resources which developed into a career aspiration.

Outside of my studies, I enjoy any outdoor activities. I am also a fitness lover and enjoy spending my time in the gym. I am very excited to be a part of this diverse and vibrant community at LSE and I am here to help guide you on your own journey to join us.

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Melissa, Kenya

My name is Melissa Ngige also known as 'Shiko', a 23-year-old from Nairobi, Kenya. I enjoy listening to music, exploring new places, and sampling new foods from different parts of the globe.

Last year, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Studies and Social Anthropology from the University of Kent. I was intrigued with the diverse topics on how culture can shape facets of who you are in society. This not only catalysed my passion for people but furthermore encouraged me to apply for an MSc in Human Resource Management at the London School of Economics. Moreover, I have had the opportunity to engage with a number of diverse internships in the Marketing, Real-estate and Hospitality sectors.

After I graduated last year, I had a chance to intern in the HR and Strategy spheres which deepened my understanding of a number of things. For instance, the importance of a vibrant employee and employer relationships within the company and how that can impact performance. Additionally, the need for employees to buy into the company strategy and to know their roles in achieving the company vision. Lastly, the importance of teamwork as it fosters efficiency between employees and enhances relationships within the organisation.

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Namrata, India

Hi everyone!

I’m Namrata Eyunni from India and I’m studying the Human Resources and Organisations Masters with a specialisation in Organisational Behaviour. I pursued an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Political science. I interned with Org Psych/HR teams and worked for Deloitte Consulting’s Resource Management team for 3 years. Going forward, I would like to work in the space of Human Capital Consulting or Talent Engagement whilst pursuing my passion in the social sector.

I'm a vegan, tea enthusiast (have recently developed a liking for coffee too) and a hopeful empath. I enjoy all things quaint- London is great for little cafes, bars and libraries. Singing is a stress buster as long as I'm the only one in the room. Cricket and Tennis are two sports I enjoy watching and hope to catch some games while in London! I've been actively involved with voluntary work in the education sector back in India and it's a space that excites me. It's my first time away from home - if you're in the same boat, feel free to reach out for tips.

Looking forward to connecting with all of you!

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Priyankha, India

Hello! I am Priyanka Elango and I come from India. I recently graduated with a degree in Psychology and Sociology. When I'm not studying or working, you'll find me cooking or grabbing a bite at an Instagrammable café. I also love traveling and cannot wait to explore all that London has to offer.

Since childhood, I have envisioned myself being associated with a people-centric and people-oriented discipline. Work is an integral part of the human lifeworld and that being the very place of exploitation for some was the first epiphany of many, for my interest in Human Resource Management. Therefore, I felt the need to gain an understanding of the management side of people and organizations. My future goal is to work upon organizational policies for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. I truly believe the HRO course will aid in bridging the gap between my intent and impact.

Being part of the vibrant international student community at LSE is a one-of-a-kind experience of meeting the world in one place. I am looking forward to interacting with prospective students and sharing my experiences with and passion for the course!

MSc Management & Strategy

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Aiman, USA and Pakistan

Hi everyone! My name is Aiman; pronounced Ay-man. I am from the US, but I was born in Pakistan; you can say I have the best of both worlds. I am a post-grad M&S student, and part of the Women in Business society. As an undergrad, I studied Economics and minored in Media Studies at CUNY Hunter College.

I am passionate about dogs (I have 9) and horses, I love horse riding, ceramics/pottery, and any water sport particularly sailing.

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Fortune, Nigeria

Hello! I'm Fortune from Nigeria. I studied Economics at Covenant University and currently study Management and Strategy at LSE.

Prior to joining LSE I interned at an Investment Bank in Nigeria and also joined an early stage start-up. I thoroughly enjoy meeting new people and trying out great food!

Moving to a new country can be hard, learning to balance enjoying London living and your academics can be tricky, but I am here to help you with tips and advice not only from my personal experience but also from the shared experiences of my friends. If you have any question about navigating life in London as an International Student, the Management and Strategy programme or LSE in general please drop me a message and I would be sure to respond.

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Phillip, Germany 

Hi there, I am Phillip, 24, from Germany. I am currently enrolled in the MSc in Management and Strategy.

Before moving to London, I studied at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and did an exchange at Emory University in Atlanta. Afterwards, I did a gap year working in corporate finance for The Estée Lauder Companies. I am particularly interested in management consulting and business development, which is why I decided to apply for this programme at LSE.

Apart from my professional interests, I enjoy reading about history and global affairs as well as debating current political issues. I am also a passionate football player and love the outdoors.

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Srideep, India

Hey everyone! I am Srideep Mitra from Kolkata, India. I completed my BSc(Hons) Economics, in 2021, from the Calcutta University.

I have always been inquisitive about the role of strategy in management. In my opinion, strategic management equips a decision-maker with processes and procedures that facilitate anticipation of changes and implementation of frameworks that either mitigate the adverse impact from the change or enable new innovations that optimise returns from it. I want to study this subject to reach at least the same level of intuitiveness and panoramic view of the field as many leading global managers of the world have, so that I can use that knowledge as a base to develop new ideas for my business acumen and be the change maker I always aimed to be.

LSE's diverse platform is something that deserves a special mention. The exposure and backing that LSE provides is priceless. Moreover, we have access to plenty of societies that help us to connect with like-minded individuals from around the globe. LSE's stimulating learning experience is something that you cannot fail to include in your list.

I am more than willing to share my experiences and do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!

MSc Management of Information Systems & Digital Innovation

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Ayo, Nigeria

My name is Fikunayomi Aluko, a 2021 Chevening Scholar from Nigeria.

As an Innovation Technology Leader with a strong background in software development, cybersecurity, and cloud technologies, I play at the intersection of technology, product innovation, venture funding and digital transformation. In my previous role, I led the innovation and investments unit at Consulting firm, where I built about 8 products that address pressing needs for over 140,0000 SME/Startups owners.

For about a decade now, I have worked with public and private sectors, pioneered and drove innovation technologies related programs, while forging strategic partnerships with key stakeholders within the technology ecosystem.

Beyond technology, I engaged in human capital development initiatives. In 2017, I founded Growthassset, a youth-focused empowerment social enterprise that has leveraged digital technology to impact over 10,000 individuals and executed 50 capacity development programmes.

I enjoy teaching, adventure, sightseeing, meeting new people, I had my first degree in Computer Engineering and Master’s Degree in Systems Engineering. I am open to collaborating on venture funding, start-up, product management and digital transformation.

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Jonathan, United Arab Emirates

Hello! My name is Jonathan Lattouf, I'm half Lebanese and half Australian but pretty much spent my life in Dubai. I previously completed my undergrad degree at UCL in Management Science and I'm currently pursuing my Master's in the MISDI programme.

Besides academia, I'm really into fitness, films and food and pretty much spend my free time cycling through those (in no particular order). As an established London student veteran, I'm well aware of how daunting it is settling into a new city, making new friends and keeping up with the fast paced life in London, all while trying to stay on top of studies. This fuelled my motivation to be part of the student ambassador program at LSE, to provide a helping hand to incoming students, ensuring a seamless and smooth transition into university life and making sure they take advantage of everything London has to offer.

Please reach out if you have any questions about the MISDI programme, applications, life in London or where the best food spots are for a post-lecture indulgence.

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Joy, Nigeria

Hello! I'm Joy, an international student from Nigeria. I hold a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English Language but currently a MSc candidate of the Management of Information Systems and Digital Information (MISDI) programme. I know, from English to tech!

Prior to joining MISDI, I worked as a product manager in Nigeria for two years, a career path I transitioned into almost immediately after my undergraduate study. More recently, I worked at a fintech organisation to increase financial inclusion for the underbanked in Nigeria, and Africa at large. My passion lies in the nexus between technology, financial inclusion and economic prosperity, especially for marginalised groups in African societies. With the academic rigour and experience of lecturers here at LSE, I am confident I’ve found a training ground in this renowned university. Change can be hard, and I know this because I have had to push outside boundaries all my life. You can too! If you have any questions about the MISDI programme, especially from a non-tech background, I’m here for you.

I’m open to answering any questions you have concerning a Masters programme at the LSE; from applications, acclimatising to the academic system and getting used to the city.

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Baimon, Thailand

Hey! My name is Baimon and I am from Bangkok, Thailand. I am a MISDI student at LSE. I was previously in Tokyo, Japan for my undergraduate studies in Economics.

Although Economics was my major, I also took classes in the field of digital business & innovation, which helped me realise my passion in business and technology. This made me extremely excited to join MISDI, given the opportunities the programme offers in developing the knowledge and skills for this field. Looking forward to connecting and answering all your questions!

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Shahzaib, Malaysia & Pakistan

Hi! I am Shahzaib, currently studying MSc Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation or as we like to call it – MISDI, at the department of Management.

I studied electronics and communications engineering for my undergrad after which I went on to work as a management consultant in strategy for a few years serving clients across diverse industries. Passionate about the use of technology, its future and how it shapes the world we live in, I can confidently say that I have been enjoying my time at LSE studying MISDI and all that it has to offer.

Hailing originally from Pakistan, I have spent most of my adult life in Malaysia which rightfully translates to the love I have for food. I like to explore new restaurants, try different cuisines, and visit cafes and bars. In my free time, I mentor aspiring young consultants and offer them help with their job applications etc. Feel free to hit me up if you have any questions on studying at the LSE, MISDI, living in London, consulting or anything at all. Don’t be a stranger!

MSc Marketing

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Fanny, Sweden

Hey guys! I’m Fanny from Stockholm, Sweden. I did my undergrad in Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. I’m now doing a MSc Marketing here at LSE. I’m fascinated by consumer behaviour and why people do the things they do.

After graduating from LSE I want to work with sustainability and marketing in the fashion industry. I am thrilled to be part of the diverse and vibrant student community here at LSE and look forward to connecting with you and answering any queries you might have about studying at LSE! Don’t hesitate to reach out.

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Jennifer, United States

Hi, I'm Jennie! I'm a BSc Psychology graduate from KCL, currently studying the MSc Marketing programme at LSE.

I'm half Indonesian and half English, but was raised in multiple countries around the world, most recently the USA - so LSE's diverse community perfectly complements my international background!

As my entry into marketing was through a 6-month internship at The LEGO Group prior to starting my postgraduate degree, I'm driven to highlight the wide variety of pathways into the field as both a subject and profession. One way I do this (other than as a Management Student Ambassador!) is as the Head of Marketing for the Advertising, Marketing and PR (AMP) society.

Please reach out to me with any questions at all about the MSc Marketing course, Management Department, LSE or London life in general, I'd be more than happy to help!

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Liz, Hong Kong

Hi guys! I'm Liz from Hong Kong. Prior to coming to LSE, I studied BSc Economics at King's College London. My academic interests mainly centre around consumer behaviour and behavioural economics, so marketing was the natural next step for me. Therefore, I chose to join the amazing cohort of MSc Marketing students here at LSE.

Aside from academics, I also love crocheting, cooking, personal finance, and lifting. I'm an avid NFL and premier league fan (fly eagles fly + COYS), as well as a Beatles fanatic. Please feel free to come to me for any questions, advice, or just to chat!

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Nishtha, India

Hi everyone! I'm Nishtha from India and I'm studying Marketing at the LSE. I did my Bachelor's in Media and Communication, following which I worked with a marketing agency before coming to LSE. I've been interested in Marketing for as long as I can remember and doing a specialized master's in the subject only felt like the natural next step in my career. It's been a great journey so far and I'm looking forward to what's next in store for me!

Outside of the classroom, I love dancing, cooking (which really helps as a student who lives alone), traveling, and meeting new people. During my undergraduate studies, I represented India in the World Hip Hop Dance Championship and volunteered in Vietnam as an exchange student. These experiences taught me the importance of stepping out of my comfort zone in a global setting and that's why I love being part of an institution that's as diverse as LSE.

Please feel free to reach out to me and have a chat or discuss any questions you have!

MSc Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship

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Arya, India

Arya cares deeply about women empowerment, youth development and social entrepreneurship. Before starting her MSc in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at LSE as a Chevening Scholar, she served as the VP, India at Women in Technology International, a 30-year-old pioneer in empowering women in technology across the globe. Having been closely associated with women in tech ecosystem in India for over 6 years, she has in the past built a community of 1000+ women in tech as the lead for Google Women Techmakers, Cochin; and impacted 5000+ young women in tech through online learning and mentorship programs.

An engineer by education, Arya is also a TEDx speaker, Jagriti Yatri, and one of the 18 young women to receive the prestigious WeTech Qualcomm Global Scholarship. A proponent of the importance of scholarships and mentorship, she is the author of an eBook on applying to opportunities (, host of the "Writing a Winning Scholarship Application" podcast and runs a personal initiative Godmothers ( to support young women.

When not working, you can find her blogging her experiences at or on Instagram @aryacmurali. 

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Asaki, Japan

Hello everyone! I am Asaki - an SIE student from Tokyo, Japan.

Before coming to LSE, I studied Industrial Chemistry at Tokyo University of Science. At the same time, I have been running my own social business for about three years. Since I wished to pursue the career path of social innovation, I have found the environment here at LSE SIE exciting for learning both interdisciplinary and practical approaches to social issues.

Outside of my studies, I enjoy travelling and trying out different cuisines. This year I have some plans to visit several European countries.

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 would like to attend. I am here to help in your process of finding the right place for you!

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Ayesha, Pakistan

I am Ayesha and I come from Pakistan. I am a non-profit communications professional. My areas of interest and expertise are content creation, digital marketing and public relations. I’m a passionate storyteller and aspire to create bonds of empathy and sensitivity towards uplifting people, communities and societies through education, empowerment and social integration. I believe in people taking action to shape up a world that is inclusive, equitable and peaceful for all.

An adventurer at heart, I love trekking through mountains, glaciers and wilderness. I’ve been on many hiking journeys, along with trekking to Nanga Parbat base camp at an altitude of 3,400 meters and Musa Ka Musalla peak at 4,080 meters at the junction of Siran and Kaghan Valleys in Pakistan.