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Zachary Omitowoju

Studies BA (Hons) Media Production

 

I’m grateful that the University is helping me to think about everything that’s possible — I appreciate their passion for helping me maximise my potential.

Two NTU representatives came to visit my high school in Lagos, to tell us all about the University and what life is like in Nottingham. To me, that showed how much they care about their prospective students: putting us at ease and showing us how we’d settle in and make friends once we’d arrived. I applied, and I was so excited to receive a scholarship; as well as helping us out financially, it made my family and me so proud.

NTU won a ‘University of the Year’ award in 2017, 2018 and 2019 — not just for the huge range of courses on offer, but also the support and encouragement you’ll receive to try new things, to step out of your comfort zone and to grow.

My own time at university has been enriched by opportunities that I will cherish forever: I’ve become a Student Ambassador, I was able to volunteer at a film festival, and now in the second year of my studies I am the lead Student Mentor for the School of Arts and Humanities.

The things I’ve been involved with at NTU have really helped me to build up my confidence and skills: I’ve joined the Drama Society, Platform (the University’s magazine), FLY FM (NTU’s own radio station), and my next goal is to join Trent TV.

I’m grateful that the University is helping me to think about everything that’s possible — I appreciate their passion for helping me maximise my potential.

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