LSE Limelight #21: Masters Programmes in LSE’s Virtual Campus

“We’re not necessarily angry at the university, but there’s just frustration in general that nothing’s really being resolved” – Kanon Tsuda, MSc Human Rights and Politics.

This week we’re speaking to Kanon Tsuda, a Masters student in the Human Rights and Politics program, about her experience completing a master’s degree in quarantine. We talk about how research culture has changed in the last few months, how international Masters students are affected, and how these circumstances have influenced Kanon’s career path. Presented and Produced by Emma De Carvalho.

This is LSE Limelight from the Beaver Sound. We bring you all the best stories from students and groups around campus. Subscribe to us on Spotify to hear more from us! 


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