Producer Joanna Natasegara (MSc Human Rights 2005) and director Orlando Von Einsiedel (MSc Anthropology course 2009) have won an Oscar for their documentary The White Helmets, a 40-minute Netflix film that follows the daily lives of volunteer rescue workers operating in rebel-held parts of Syria.
LSE’s Parish Hall became home to a host of hackers for an entire weekend in November, as Annual Fund support enabled the LSESU Investment Society to host their own ‘hackathon’.
The LSE Students’ Union (LSESU) was able to host the School’s first ever Refugee Week in February, thanks to the generous support of Annual Fund donors.
Ten LSE alumni and two current students have been featured in the 2017 Forbes 30 under 30 lists published last month, a select group of young breakout talents and innovators making genuine strides in their different areas of work.
LSE alumni can advertise graduate opportunities and internships on the free-to-use LSE Careers’ jobs board. With over 8,000 weekly student and alumni logins, this online platform is a great way to recruit our brightest students and grow the talent pool of your organisation.
In 2016, over 6,000 graduates joined the vibrant LSE alumni community of 136,000 people across the globe. A diverse group of talented young women and men from all corners of the world who all share a common bond: being part of LSE.
Last month, LSE hosted a day of EU and UK focused expert panel events and networking activities in Brussels to discuss the impact of Brexit and explore what the future holds for Britain and the European Union.