Why did you decide that Exeter was the best place to study?
A combination of reputation (formal rankings, professor and staff quality, and alumni’s recommendation), class size, city, and scholarship opportunities.
Describe your typical day at Exeter
Review materials for class discussion (if needed), class lecture from a professor or guest speaker, group work, written assignments, and further reflections or reviews.
What are the best aspects of studying within your department?
The environment and assignments encourages myself to think more critically. The cohort was a major influence in the way of learning more from your peers as well as together with your peers.
How would you describe the vibe on campus?
Clean, fresh, walkable (though quite hilly) from anywhere. Many good spots for studying.
What particular skills are you gaining from this experience (personal and professional), will this help you in your choice of career?
Self-awareness is crucial to drive and measure your motivation. Shared leadership is necessary to bring to your career in a more collaboration-demanding world.
How have you dealt with any difficulties during your time at the University of Exeter?
The main challenge was time management and processing what went well and didn’t go well due to the speed of the course. Solving it involved constant priorities setting.
What’s the best thing about living in Exeter?
I highly enjoy the vibe of the town including the climate, the scenery (near the Quay and the path towards the Double Locks), and the people were very nice and friendly.
Would you recommend Exeter to your friends?
Yes, especially if they enjoy a mid-size town.
What advice would you give students planning on coming to the University of Exeter?
Be prepared to manage your time. You will be rewarded with normal sleep and time to travel.
Has the University been supportive during your time here?
The MBA office and professors have been very supportive. Thanks to them!