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    Partying won't get you into Goldman Sachs so no.
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    (Original post by S.R)
    Partying won't get you into Goldman Sachs so no.
    Apparently it will, during summer internship the girls that party with the bosses were the ones who got a job in the end.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Apparently it will, during summer internship the girls that party with the bosses were the ones who got a job in the end.
    But what if you're a guy? Are there any gay bosses?
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    (Original post by roxii_babii1)
    heyyyy

    was just wondering how is the LSE party side of things

    are there many good parties?



    thanks xxx
    Yes, a lot, such as watching Bloomberg Channel, always fun
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    (Original post by S.R)
    But what if you're a guy? Are there any gay bosses?
    Not that I am aware of.
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    (Original post by roxii_babii1)
    heyyyy

    was just wondering how is the LSE party side of things... i mean the school is in london!

    do many students go out clubbing?

    are there many good parties?

    are the guys fun or not?

    thanks xxx
    Hey! I'm a fresher at LSE and it's all down to where you live. Rosebery is by far the best hall, as long as you're a social person you'll make friends. You can go clubbing as much as you like, there's always somewhere to go and there'll be some people who will go out pretty much every night.
    Passfield and Carr Saunders are also decent but not as good in terms of social life.

    Any questions just ask xx
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    (Original post by abbey-chic)
    Hey! I'm a fresher at LSE and it's all down to where you live. Rosebery is by far the best hall, as long as you're a social person you'll make friends. You can go clubbing as much as you like, there's always somewhere to go and there'll be some people who will go out pretty much every night.
    Passfield and Carr Saunders are also decent but not as good in terms of social life.

    Any questions just ask xx
    I've just gotten my offer from LSE! I'll be a post-grad student but I'm young by LSE postgrad standards, I'll be 20/21. trying to find a sociable accom where I'll meet a good mix of people. Do the post-grad/undergrads in your hall mix much, or in other residences like Bankside or Holborn? Thanks! xx
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    (Original post by hillary_)
    I've just gotten my offer from LSE! I'll be a post-grad student but I'm young by LSE postgrad standards, I'll be 20/21. trying to find a sociable accom where I'll meet a good mix of people. Do the post-grad/undergrads in your hall mix much, or in other residences like Bankside or Holborn? Thanks! xx
    I'll also be one of the 'younger' postgrads :P
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    (Original post by abbey-chic)
    Hey! I'm a fresher at LSE and it's all down to where you live. Rosebery is by far the best hall, as long as you're a social person you'll make friends. You can go clubbing as much as you like, there's always somewhere to go and there'll be some people who will go out pretty much every night.
    Passfield and Carr Saunders are also decent but not as good in terms of social life.

    Any questions just ask xx
    im deciding between those three halls, mainly because they're 31 weeks... can i ask if you've experienced passfield and carr saunders? im guessing you're living at rosebery now given your objective description
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    I'm thinking of going for Passfield. This is due to the distance and also the aspect of a good social life.
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    (Original post by You!Me!Dancing!)
    I'll also be one of the 'younger' postgrads :P
    I am 23 so I think I'll be among the youngest students of the LLM and I wanted to ask the same question since I haven't decided to apply to Holborn or Northumberland yet
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    (Original post by abbey-chic)
    Hey! I'm a fresher at LSE and it's all down to where you live. Rosebery is by far the best hall, as long as you're a social person you'll make friends. You can go clubbing as much as you like, there's always somewhere to go and there'll be some people who will go out pretty much every night.
    Passfield and Carr Saunders are also decent but not as good in terms of social life.

    Any questions just ask xx

    How are you finding the party scene as a whole? are you in rosebery I guess? ahha

    what course are you on? (if thats not too personal?) and how much free time do you have ?

    thankss xxxx
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    what is clubbing? I just think of seals
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Apparently it will, during summer internship the girls that party with the bosses were the ones who got a job in the end.
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