The tribe

The Marketing People

Evelina Börjesson​

Advice To Students

"Learn from everyone around you and try not to compare yourself to others. It’s difficult, but everyone is different and can bring different things to the table - that’s what makes university great! And of course, enjoy the city! It truly is one of the best places to live."

Evelina Börjesson​, Student

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Rodrigo Lucena​

Advice To Students

"Referencing is easier than it seems!"

Rodrigo Lucena​, Lecturer

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Stuart Bullen

Advice To Students

"Aim to build a full life here, to replace the structure you had at home, including perhaps a part-time job/some volunteering/a club or society, to make your time fun and varied. Oh, and turn up to lectures and seminars!"

Stuart Bullen, Student Support

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Rosmari Mersinkova

Advice To Students

"You are going to have an amazing time, however keep reminded of the whole purpose of university, which is to help you grow as an individual through education and future opportunities. Stay focused."

Rosmari Mersinkova​, Student

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Jim Hyde

Advice To Students

"Don't hold onto a question out of fear of being annoying, you will end up emailing someone who would much rather you ask and take 15 seconds out of their day."

Jim Hyde​, Student

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Dan Bennett

Advice To Students

"It doesn’t matter what you do, where you do it, or how well you do it, as long as you enjoy it"

Dan Bennett, Undergraduate Programme Leader

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Douglas McFadyean

Advice To Students

"Talk to people. Be brave and start conversations as the opportunities that can come from a simple hello can be life changing. I dare you to risk it and take a chance, it will be worth it."

Douglas McFadyean​, Student

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Solly Ian-Sangala

Advice To Students

"Turn up. You’re more likely to do well if you turn up to your lectures, seminars and workshops than if you don’t or you’re inconsistent, that’s common sense."

Solly Ian-Sangala​, Student

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Pericles Asher Rospigliosi

Advice To Students

"Read lots and ask questions"

Pericles Asher Rospigliosi, Lecturer

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Matthew Doubtfire

Advice To Students

"Saying to yourself in a lecture or seminar “ I won’t need to write this down. I’ll remember it  “ Trust me when I say try and get down as much as possible. It will all help and you can thank yourself later."

Matthew Doubtfire​, Student

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Lauren Walls

Advice To Students

"As cliché as it sounds, be yourself and focus on yourself. Do what you think it best, unless it means not turning up."

Lauren Walls, Student

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Maira A. Jurado Hernandez​

Advice To Students

"Don’t let the opinion of others affect your performance when studying a particular module(s), just because they might think it’s tough doesn’t mean you cannot achieve it. Good luck and don’t worry too much, it’ll be fun."

Maira A. Jurado Hernandez​, Student

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Philip Holden

Advice To Students

"Get to know your tutors - they're on your side and one day you're going to need them on yours"

Philip Holden, Lecturer

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Abuzer Khajawi​

Advice To Students

"Find yourself a hobby, get engaged in new events, build your network and don’t worry much about your grades because you need time for engaging in professional events outside of your Academic world."

Abuzer Khajawi​, Student

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Yoann Collaud

Advice To Students

"Don't compare yourself to the other people in your class. It's not because a method of studying/revising works for others that it will work for you. Just do you."

Yoann Collaud​, Student

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