I chose Brunel University to pursue my Master’s since it was the only university in the United Kingdom to offer a course that was an integration of all my research interests - psychology, culture and anthropology. The course has opened up a lot of avenues for me in terms of the different kind of jobs I could do.
I found the course to be comprehensive, fun and helpful and learning was more from shared experiences of the professors, colleagues and guest lecturers. Brunel has been ideal for studying this course because of its fantastic international body.
An added advantage is the location of the university which is ideal for going into London and still not getting stuck in the hustle bustle of city life.
Brunel has given me immense opportunities to grow academically and also helped to develop my life skills through the many events conducted at the university. I’m confident that this course has helped me build invaluable skills to further my career.
I am currently applying for jobs specifically in internal communications with a long term goal of working for the World Health Organization.