Our Events

Our events throughout the year range from social and sports to career-related events.

 

Flagship Events

Our 3 flagship events are held annually across London and Malaysia, each hosting a diverse range of audience looking to celebrate the Malaysian culture and empower the community.

LSE Malaysia Night

The LSE Malaysia Night is our homemade theatrical performance that strives to showcase the Malaysian culture to the wider community in the UK. 

Economic and Leadership Forum

The Economic and Leadership Forum (ELF) is a Malaysian-focused economic forum held in Malaysia. The 2-day event sees prominent Malaysian political and business leaders to discuss economic and social issues with the Malaysian youth followed by a case study competition.

LSE MVoice

The LSE MVoice is the annual Malaysian singing competition for the students in the UK.

 

Jom Makan Privilege Card

All members will be entitled to a Jom Makan Privilege Card upon purchase of membership. Enjoy discounts at selected franchises in London with the privilege card.

Visit the Jom Makan Privilege Card website for more details.

 

Recent Events

Read more about what happened at our events.

October 4, 2016

Thank you everyone for joining us at the Hyde Park Picnic last Sunday! We hope you had a good enjoyable time getting to know one another over good food.

Please visit our Facebook page for more pictures https://www.facebook.com/LSESUMC/photos/?tab=album&album_id=85074007...

June 23, 2016

* REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN! *

Calling ALL students - REGISTRATION FOR THE ECONOMIC AND LEADERSHIP FORUM 2016 IS NOW OPEN!

Our main theme for ELF 2016 - “Past Policies, Shaping the Future” - will allow participants to really delve into the economic history of Malaysia as we...

March 26, 2016

 

On the 12th of March, LSESUMC hosted one of its many annual flagship events, ‘The Amazing Race’. In this rendition teams were brought back to the past and were given the opportunity to take a glimpse into the history of London. With a total of 15 teams of 4 members pe...

February 15, 2016

Malaysian Night is one of the annual flagship events of our society. Over the years, our Malaysian Night has gained the reputation as being one of the best student productions among overseas student organizations, and across the United Kingdom.

 

Believe, the LSE Ma...

January 23, 2016

To kick start the new term, the MSoc organised a pizza party for the members to get together and share stories from their Christmas break. There was a turnout of slightly over a hunded students and most of them had much to eat. The party was held at Lincolns Inn Fields...

January 2, 2016

Christmas time is a great season to come together for a meal - especially in London where Christmas is so religiously celebrated, the charming Christmas lights that light up Oxford Street and the incessant Christmas tunes played everywhere, makes the Christmas holidays...

December 28, 2015

What better way to celebrate a winter in Europe than a trip to the French Alps? December 2015 brought Malaysians at the LSE and Warwick University across the channel and into the white snowy splendour of the mounts of France. Imagine appreciating the scenic view of the...

November 24, 2015

MVoice is LSESUMC's annual flagship event - it is a platform for all aspiring singers from Malaysia, studying in the UK, to showcase their talent and compete in a singing competition.
This year, a new category for duet or group singers was opened, and it was as popular...

November 20, 2015

"Tea Time with Family" was a tea party initited by the Junior Executive Committee 2015, with the aim of bringing Msoc families closer together and bridging the gap between the members from different year groups. There was an array of finger food served consisting of sa...

November 6, 2015

 


    On 4th November, LSESUMC held a conversation with Professor Danny Quah on the Malaysia. Born in Penang, Professor Quah is currently a Professor of Economics and International Development, and Director of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Center at LSE. He is known...

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