UCL or LSE for social innovation?Watch
LSE - School of Management
MSc Social innovation and entrepreneurship
UCL - Institute for Global Prosperity (Barlett)
MSc Prosperity, innovation and entrepreneurship
So far, I've known that Teachers/classes at LSE are a bit boring, but the content is still great vs. UCL promoting a lot of interaction with professors and even meetups with them in pubs after classes.
As well, I've heard there's no social life in LSE. So it seems like UCL is cooler, but LSE is more prestigious and includes a very intense field trip to Africa. What do you think?