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Dear All
I have an admit from LSE for Msc. International Employment Relations and Human Resource Management
I had a few queries regarding the same.
Are jobs available in India post this degree? Is it considered at par with colleges like TISS/XLRI by companies? I already have 2 yrs of work experience with a FMCG in the Marketing function.
Regards

7th April 2011 From India, Hyderabad
If LSE stands for London School of Economics then it’s as good as elite institutions in Inda.
7th April 2011 From United Kingdom
I can’t see why not? However if you want a job in India, I wonder why you want to study (in the UK) spending so much money!! Why not join IIMs?
7th April 2011 From United Kingdom
Since I specifically wnat to do HR, I am looking at schools in india like TISS and XLRI, so should I give them a higher preference over LSE (because there is definitely a substantial cost difference)! Pls suugest. Thanks!
7th April 2011 From India, Hyderabad
If you have no intention of working abroad, I would suggest that you give preference to Indian institutions and save money. However, if you want some international exposure and keep your options open, then opt for LSE. May I know what's the difference in the cost between the two options including living costs. In the Uk, they usually allow students to work part-time while studying. Also, if you want, you will get a visa to work for 2 years after graduation.
7th April 2011 From United Kingdom
In India , The toatal Cost would be around 10 lakhs for the entire course, while in UK the cost would be 20 lakhs (including living costs). My concern is that the UK market is not very open now to foreigners after the recession. Also another query I have is that , If one does a degree from LSE as compared to Indian instiz, is there a probability of getting better work assignments and profiles?
Thanks for taking out time to address my concerns in considerable detail.
7th April 2011 From India, Hyderabad
I do not know the Indian situation. But degrees from LSE are recognised the world over by MNCs. Sorry for the delay. My laptop had a virus and I was busy with our daughter getting her wedding registered and the party.
You can see my profile at in the " About us"
Have a nice day.
Simhan
A retired academic in the UK.
11th April 2011 From United Kingdom
Wow! Thats great news! Congratulations!
Thanks for your help..really appreciate it! Sir, yours is a very interesting and diverse profile. I will trouble you again in case i have some doubts.
Thanks again!
Regards
Nimisha
11th April 2011 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir
I had another query, What kind of jobs (profile)/company (profile) can one expect after completion of this course from LSE.
Also are the designations/responsibilities given of executive level or managerial level .
Regards
13th April 2011 From India, Hyderabad
Sorry Nimisha, I do not know. You write to LSE or search their web or ask students who may have completed their course. I think it also depends upon what basic degree they got, from where, and what prior experience they have.
Have a n ice day.
Simhan
13th April 2011 From United Kingdom
Hey Nimisha!! I have sent you a message related to your LSE query. Kindly confirm if you have received it. Rgds, Rhythm
26th April 2011 From India
Hi Nimisha, Have not received you message. Could you plz send it again or let be know your facebook contact details as i ma not able to post my contact details here. Rhythm
7th June 2011 From India
Hi Nimisha, Can you please share the procedure that you followed to apply at LSE for the HR course? What kind of profile does a candidate require to get entry in LSE? Thank you
9th June 2011 From United States, San Diego
Hi Deepa
It varies from course to course. You can visit the following website and you will get all the details.
LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science - Home
Regards
Nimisha
10th June 2011 From India, Hyderabad
Hii nimisha ,
if you get degree from LSE , its one of the best B-school in Europe and there is campusng as well... job opportunity is higher in UK market for good uni degree... my friend is also from LSE - he is working in a good company ..
if you have any other en-query for any uni. in UK .. you can email me back ..
Ya , back to India - you can apply to MNCs like JP Morgan , IBM etc.. Ya, be concern with your background before applying to India - Ex- if you are pharmacy background and MBA-HR , apply for Gsk, Novartis , Pfizer in Indian market...will be helpful to grab the job ..
keep emailing for any query ...
Warm Regards,
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Holoflex Limited
54, Stopford Road.
London. UK
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15th June 2011 From United Kingdom, London
Deepa ,
you need to be graduate with 55% and you need 2-3 yrs experiences in H.R with IELTS score 7 bands to enter in LSE.
keep emailing for any query ...
Warm Regards,
___________________
Rajib Saha (B.Pharmacy/MBA- International Business)
Export Coordinator.
Holoflex Limited
54, Stopford Road.
London. UK
E13 0LZ.
Mobile: + 44 7533638760
16th June 2011 From United Kingdom, London
hey Nimisha, Need to discuss abt LSE, could you please repond.. I am planning to apply for lse next yr.
16th June 2011 From India
as i mentioned earlier, I am not allowed to post mail ids here.. if u r on fb.. tell me by what name to search u
16th June 2011 From India
Hi Nimisha,
I wanted to check....if you have enrolled in the LSE HR course.
I am planning to do so... however not sure if I should go for MS or MBA
I have 6.5 yrs exp in HR and hv done My PGDBM from SCDL... I want to get into HR consulting
Therefore i thought i should get a international exposure... that would benefit me in getting into any consulting firm..
Please advice if doing MS from LSE would help me in my endeavor.
Regards
Satish
1st August 2011 From Australia
Hi
I have the same doubts as the first one in this thread.
How well recognised is the LSE Management and HR course in India? Is it very difficult to find job in India after completion? Secondly, if we do find jobs in India, are they at par in terms of roles and pay packages as compared to students of XLRI/ TISS?
I wish to do the LSE course so that I have a more global exposure and I want to keep my work options open too. Also, is this course recognised in USA?
Regards
27th March 2014 From India, Nagpur
Hello
I have a similar query. I am student of bachelor's in psychology(final year) from delhi university and i want to pursue a career in HR and organisational behaviour.
1.Can my background of psychlogy be helpful by any means for the admission at LSE
and since i have do not have any work experience, can this be negative for me at the time of job search, post the completion of the degree
2.Also LSE offers two courses related to HR, are they both of equal value?
3.Is it at par with other universities like Tiss/XLRI in India
Pls advice.
Thanks in advance
Regards
22nd May 2014 From India, New Delhi
So my question is again the same. I have got into LSE for HR. Will I get a job in India post my return from the UK?
26th February 2018 From India, Mumbai
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