Tag Archives: Life Aborad

How to survive studying in London

Esther Taks from the Netherlands is studying the MSc Immunology of Infectious Diseases. In this blog, Esther shares her top five tips for studying in London and at the School. 1. Take advantage of the opportunities offered by the School … Continue reading

From fungi to falafel at Fort Flaxman

Murallitharan is a medical doctor from Malaysia and currently a Chevening scholar studying the MSc Health Policy, Planning & Financing, taught jointly by the School and LSE. What do an American medic (Cameron Stainken), a British physiologist (James Plunkett), a … Continue reading

Welcome to Wellcome

Murallitharan is a medical doctor from Malaysia and currently a Chevening scholar studying the MSc Health Policy, Planning & Financing, taught jointly by the School and LSE. If you have walked upstairs at the School Library (up those narrow submarine-like … Continue reading

Autumn in Bloomsbury

Murallitharan is a medical doctor from Malaysia and currently a Chevening scholar studying the MSc Health Policy, Planning & Financing, taught jointly by the School and LSE. “Autumn…the year’s last, loveliest smile.”― William Cullen Bryant Arriving this September, the weather … Continue reading

Seeing Science for Free in London – Do Penguins Have Knees?

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science: I feel like I say this every other week, but I think I have found my new favorite … Continue reading

5 helpful tips before coming to London

MSc Health Policy, Planning & Financing student Astrid Grant shares her advice for preparing your application to the School, and how to plan for your year in London after receiving your offer: 1. Patience You will probably fill in the … Continue reading

For Everything Else, There’s Charades

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” – Howard Thurman The other day I was in Nirmala’s, a local grocery … Continue reading