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Why did you decide that Exeter was the best place to study your particular subject?

I really enjoy being in nature and Exeter’s campus is full of greenery and very beautiful. The natural beauty of the campus is one of the biggest stress busters.

Why did you choose your current programme of study?

I enjoy talking to new people and trying to understand them. I believe that for any business, understanding customers and knowing how to market what your selling and making it look attractive is the most important. I believe my current programme will help me understand consumers and people better.  I enjoy trying to find the most efficient method to sell products and trying to create new products. 

Studying with students from all around the world means you get to learn about different cultures and how they think about the same topic differently.  It will make living in different parts of the world a bit easier.

Describe your typical day at Exeter

I go for classes, then go cycling or for a walk at the Quay.

What are the best aspects of studying within your department?

The lectures as we get to be a part of them - they are very interactive.

What activities are you taking part in?  Which facilities/activities do you enjoy the most?

I have been involved with the Entrepreneur, Asian, International and UNICEF societies. I have helped UNICEF collect donations and given them event ideas. In my second year I was the creative head of the Asian Society. I am currently the General and Social Secretary of the International Society.

What particular skills are you gaining from this experience, will this help you in your choice of career?

Through this experience, I have been able to develop my communication skills a lot more and have learnt to be more confident about the choices I make and the actions I take.

What’s the best thing about living in Exeter?

Exeter is a small peaceful town and very student friendly.  Apart from nightclubs, there is a bowling alley, a nice walk around the quay, escape rooms, loads of coffee shops and a lot of shopping. 

I enjoy walking around the campus as it has a beautiful nature walk and also enjoy sitting and studying in the Forum library. 

Would you recommend Exeter to your friends?

Yes I would!

Was there anything about your experiences at Exeter that surprised you and is there any advice you would give students planning on coming to the University of Exeter. 

I was surprised by the number of nature trails on campus.  My advice to new students would be they should be ready for a lot of walking and a lot of new adventures.

Has the University been supportive during your time here?

All the lecturers and staff have been very supportive. They would solve any issue I had without any hesitation.

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