London Series: International Hall for Accommodation, Asrama Mahasiswa di Tengah London (English)

International Hall is an intercollegiate halls of residence run by the University of London. This makes it a popular choice amongst unis within the area (LSE, UCL, Kings, City, etc) and is known to have a friendly atmosphere. The following topics will be discussed in greater detail in the following week.

International Hall, photo by London School of Economics and Political Science at https://www.lse.ac.uk/student-life/accommodation/halls/international-hall

Facilities:

  • A wide variety of catered and non-catered rooms both shared bathrooms and en-suite
  • 3 Study rooms
  • Common Room
  • Squash Court
  • 2 Music Rooms
  • Outside Area
  • Bike Parking
  • Concierge

Food:

  • Catered
  • Non-catered
  • Weekdays: Breakfast and Dinner
  • Weekends: Lunch and Dinner
  • Grocery shopping: Tesco and The Brunswick

Events:

  • Weekly sports such as football and yoga
  • Holiday themed events such as Halloween Parties

Social Life:

  • For non-catered residents will be very socially active
  • For catered residents socialising will be more difficult but definitely possible

Area:

  • Extremely close to UCL and walking distance of LSE, KCL and City
  • Extremely close to Russel Square station and walking distance to St. Pancras
  • Surrounded by numerous restaurants and a shopping centre, The Brunswick
  • Extremely close to Russel Square Park and Coram’s field

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Link to International Hall:

https://halls.london.ac.uk/international-hall

London Series: KCL for Medicine, Jurusan Biochemistry Sebagai Pelengkap Riset dalam Kedokteran (English)

The United Kingdom is a worldwide hub of medicinal excellence. Boasting an incredible workforce in the health sector, the NHS, and a country at the forefront of medicinal research, its academia is put in the spotlight and deservedly becomes highly reputable. This stellar image of the UK combined with a difficult entry process and renowned universities makes studying Medicine in the UK is regarded to be very prestigious. Universities that offer such courses are KCL and UCL.

King’s College London:

Overview:

King’s offers a world class course in Biochemistry and is highly reputable in the UK. Student’s of this course are often exposed to the research-oriented side of medicine and will have a wide variety of career options upon completion of the course.

King’s College London Bush House, photo by King’s College London from https://www.kcl.ac.uk/aboutkings/orgstructure/ps/estates/real-estate/completed/bush-house/index

Special Quality:

Biochemistry at King’s is notable for its peer assisted teaching. This is executed by having senior students interact with their juniors to provide assistance in a wide variety of matters. Matters that are discussed in this teaching mechanism include topics, modules and student experiences. This is incredibly useful as senior students may be able to help their juniors in a way that the teaching staff cannot. From the academic to the personal side of uni life, the perspective of a student who had gone through similar things may be extremely insightful and comforting for a student currently going through the same motions.

King’s College London Library, photo by King’s College London from https://www.kcl.ac.uk/new-students/begins/london/study-spaces

Preparation for Work:

King’s is incredibly active in ensuring that their students are prepared and are exposed to the professional world. First, this course integrates soft-skills needed to have a successful career into their classroom curriculum. For example, a sizable portion of the academic year’s lectures are dedicated in training students to secure a job such as CV writing and interview skills. Also, the course frequently invites companies to both inform student’s about themselves and recruit. These visits often involve the companies explaining the working experience to be had in their company and may offer job or internship opportunities for selected students.

Intensity:

Biochemistry at King’s is relatively manageable. First, although contact hours may vary each week, they are relatively run at manageable pace and are complemented by small workshops/tutorials 2-3 times a week. Self-study is advised as 2-3 days of the week should be spent in the library and each day should have a portion dedicated to revision. Furthermore, student interaction in this course is generally quite cooperative especially in the first year since student’s learn different subjects to determine where their interests lie (part of the common year one program).

Overall, Biochemistry at King’s is a fantastic option for students interested in research surrounding medicine. It offers good professional exposure and a healthy learning atmosphere.

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Link to KCL Biochemsitry:

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/biochemistry-bsc

London Series: KCL for Political Economy, Jurusan Political Science Menarik di Kuliah Kelas Dunia (English)

The UK is well-known for offering notable political science based degrees such as Politics, International Relations, PPE and more. The unis of London that are noteworthy within this field of study are KCL, LSE, SOAS and Queen Mary.

Video taken from King’s College London – SSPP at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2Qn_pO_2NI&ab_channel=King%27sCollegeLondon-SSPP

King’s College London

Overview

King’s is known to provide some of the world’s leading programs in terms of political science. Although there are a wide variety of popular choices such as International Relations and Politics, Political Economy at King’s is an interesting option for many students seeking a career in the political and economic sector.

Special Quality

The teaching staff at King’s employ a creative and engaging pedagogy useful in presenting topics in a way that students will find easier to relate with. This type of teaching is particularly useful during the initial stages of uni. For example, the teaching staff at King’s were able to help ease students into the political philosophy class by using Game of Thrones as a reference. This was seen during the teaching of the topic sovereignty which was compared to Daenerys Targaryen, a protagonist of the show, conquering the 7 kingdoms within the show. This was incredibly effective as an introductory lesson as the students were familiar with the aforementioned events of the show and were able to recognise elements of sovereignty fairly easily.

Preparation for Work

King’s offers a wide range of career support which is concentrated to outside of their classrooms. First, King’s has a career and employability website which connects students with professional opportunities. This website catalogues job and internship opportunities for students to choose from along with insight opportunities for the Department of Political Economy. Also, King’s offers a wide range of societies for students to participate in. These societies are able to connect students with companies who are willing to offer work opportunities.

Intensity

Studying Political Economy at King’s is relatively manageable but requires a certain extent of independent learning. First, contact hours generally take around 9-10 hours a week. This generally leaves an ample amount of time for students to pursue their personal endeavours quite comfortably. Furthermore, students are expected to spend a lot of their time for self-studying. For example, reading is expected to be done prior to classes as they generally essential in understanding the material taught. Also, students are generally competitive in a constructive manner. Classes in Political Economy are usually filled with debates between students when discussing certain subjects. These debates are quite fun as they do not only allow students to train their critical thinking and analysis skills, but also exposes the individual student to different kinds of viewpoints.

Overall, Political Economy at King’s is an incredible choice for students who are interested in a program that teaches a fundamental part of modern society in an engaging way.

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Link to KCL Political Economy:

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/political-economy-ba-bsc

London Series: LSE for Economic History, Jurusan yang Unik di Salah Satu Universitas di London

The UK is well-known for offering notable political science based degrees such as Politics, International Relations, PPE and more. The unis of London that are noteworthy within this field of study are KCL, LSE, SOAS and Queen Mary.

Video taken from LSE at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw7K3AahF-A&ab_channel=LSE

London School of Economics and Political Science

Overview:

Economic History at LSE may not be viewed as a subject within the field of political science, but it is an interesting option which can segue into the fields of history, economics and political science. This course is an interesting option for students who are interested in events in history viewed through the lenses of an economist and politician.

Special Quality:

Economic History is delivered by LSE in a way that is stimulating for the students. This is exemplified in the teaching staff’s emphasis on comprehensive analysis. For example, during a lesson in one of the modules, the students were presented with a graph mapping the different weights of slaves based on their age. The tutor then proceeded to put these figures into perspective by explaining how these slaves were malnourished based on their age with additional exposition of personal accounts. This left a significant impact on the students as it showed the deeper significance of data on a graph by explaining the brutal reality behind them.

LSE Library, photo by London School of Economics and Political Science from https://www.lse.ac.uk/News/Latest-news-from-LSE/2018/05-May-2018/LSE-launches-new-open-access-publishing-platform

Preparation for Work:

LSE provides various channels to help students prepare themselves for their professional careers. Firstly, in the classroom there are numerous modules which focus on quantitative and analytical skills that will be used in the professional world. For example, these skills are taught in a module which focuses on the use of excel and statistics that could be useful in a career finance. Furthermore, the Department of Economic History exposes students to career opportunities. This is done in different ways such as career consultations, monthly career events and networking events. Also, LSE Career Services are extremely helpful in assisting students regarding professional opportunities. Primarily, they provide workshops events on job related skills which help guide students to potential work opportunities.

Intensity:

Economic History at LSE is generally intense but can be managed to have an enjoyable uni experience. Firstly, in terms of student interaction Economic History can be considered quite chill amongst other LSE courses, but it is still a competitive course. This is because students are very self motivated and the teaching staff holds them to high standards. Also, this course takes 10 hours of classroom time per week with an extensive amount of self study required. Self study includes essays, reading, group assignments and revision which can become rather hectic if not managed well. However, the time LSE takes out of a student’s life can be managed to be able to have an ample amount of free time.

Overall, Economic History at LSE is a very stimulating course which challenges students to become proactive learners. It is a very good option for anyone interested with topics within this field.

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London Series: Westminster for Accounting, Jurusan Accounting Murni di London (English)

     Finance and Accounting is a very sought after course within the UK as there are various universities which offer good programs regarding that field of study. Notable Finance and Accounting courses in London can be found at LSE, Brunel, Westminster and KCL.

University of Westminster

Overview

Westminster is known for having an extremely supportive learning environment for as they are inclusive and structure their lessons to be constructive instead of rigorous. Accounting at Westminster is a unique option as it is academically fulfilling and helps students prepare for work.

University of Westminster Marylebone Campus, (photograph by Chris Redgrave for the Survey of London) © Historic England (DP 177601) from https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/survey-of-london/2017/09/01/university-of-westminster-marylebone-road-campus/

Special Quality

Westminster’s Accounting course offers a unique opportunity in having a placement or study abroad year between year 2 and year 3. First, students may choose to undertake a year long course with a partner institution of Westminster. These institutions are scattered throughout the world in countries such as Germany, Japan, Australia and Denmark. These courses will be taught in English but students with strong fluency in a certain language my eligible to attend courses held in a wider variety of institutions. Also, this course offers a one year placement year for students. Placements take place in prestigious institutions such as HSBC and Barclays Bank. These two programs within the course offer students a unique alternative to the studying that regular uni students do. Not only does it teach students technical knowledge for work, but it also gives students insight in the professional world to ascertain the path they want to take in their careers.

University of Westminster Library, photo by University of Westminster from https://www.westminster.ac.uk/current-students/studies/library-and-study-spaces

Preparation for Work

Besides the aforementioned placement year and study abroad scheme, Westminster offers a variety of benefits to help students prepare for their careers. First, students will be able to develop their familiarity with CIMA Sage Accounting software and will be able to obtain a certificate validating their capabilities. This is very beneficial as students should be familiar with the typical conventions used in professional accounting and Westminster places an emphasis on that by focusing on it early on. Also, Westminster provides a Bloomberg virtual trading room. This allows students to be able to polish their skills with the state of the art technology along with their peers.

Intensity

Westminster can be considered as relatively less intense and teaches students to be independent in their studies. A student can expect 4-6 hours a day and on other days 1-2 hours of independent study across 3-4 days a week. Also, student interaction is generally chill but can become competitive when performing class activities such as group-based games.

In conclusion, the University of Westminster is a great choice for Accounting as its stimulating and encouraging environment is prime for studying.

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Link to Westminster Accounting:

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/accounting-and-finance-courses/2020-21/september/full-time/accounting-bsc-honours

Source:

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/accounting-and-finance-courses/2020-21/september/full-time/accounting-bsc-honours

London Series: KCL for Law, Universitas denagan Jurusan Hukum Kelas Dunia di Inggris (English)

Studying Law will expose students to a subject that encompasses various different facets of human life in fields such as finance law or family law. These legal equivalents of normal human life should be viewed with the presence of humanity as matters regarding the subject ultimately determine people’s welfare.

In a global city such as London, the study of law is perfectly complemented by the city’s legal sector and its vast opportunities. In attempt to facilitate such academic endeavours, it also offers several choices of unis that equip aspiring-law practitioners with high quality education. The unis that will be discussed are UCL, LSE, KCL and Queen Mary University of London.

This video was taken from KCL Law on https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=106&v=u4NpVF7KJhA&ab_channel=KCLLaw

King’s College London

Overview

King’s College London’s Law course held in the Dickson Poon School of Law is extremely reputable within the UK and rivals other top courses such as Oxbridge and UCL. Studying Law at king’s comes with various challenges and benefits that other universities cannot provide.

Special Quality

KCL Law is interesting due to its teaching of law itself. KCL Law is able to keep learning Law interesting as it highlights the storytelling side of the subject. It is challenging in analysing the precedent to ascertain a concrete timeline of cause and effect and synthesising those facts with theoretical knowledge to argue a case within the legal boundaries set in the specific circumstances. This arduous task of analysis and synthesis is extremely painstaking due to the amount of reading and meticulousness needed. However, it is also an extremely interesting task as the student is in near full control of the outcome and when the outcome goes in the favour of the student the satisfaction is unparalelled.

The Dickson Poon School of Law, photo by Kings College London

Preparation for Work

KCL Law is extremely competent in its classroom teaching. The education that KCL Law offers is structured within the standardised mould of most UK Law courses but with increased quality in its teaching. KCL Law is able to prepare students with practical skills and theoretical knowledge for legal careers such as being solicitors or barristers. Also, the knowledge taught in KCL Law classrooms can be built upon for careers outside of law such as consulting or finance.

Intensity

King’s Law is relatively intense depending on a student’s learning habit. King’s Law is a notoriously challenging course and most of a student’s study time is spent completing reading. Doing the reading will prove to be very beneficial but students are not necessarily expected to read it to absolute completion. As a result, a King’s Law student’s study time really does depend on a student’s commitment and can range from 3-10 hours per day. Also, student interaction is healthily competitive. Students are competitive to a degree which is constructive in each other’s development.