I like the fact that the Nottingham community is very welcoming to international students. As a result, it was easy for me to settle down quickly and concentrate on my studies.
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What do you enjoy most about your course at NTU?
“I liked the fact that the course was designed to meet the needs of the construction industry by constantly interacting with industry players.”
What made you choose to study your postgraduate degree at NTU?
“It is an internationally recognised university offering highly-acclaimed qualifications.”
What do you think about the course staff?
“The course staff were very supportive throughout the whole course. They worked as a team by coordinating all of their activities. This allowed me to concentrate on my studies, knowing that my other needs were being taken care of by very supportive staff.”
As an international student, what do you like about studying and living in Nottingham?
“I like the fact that the Nottingham community is very welcoming to international students. As a result, it was easy for me to settle down quickly and concentrate on my studies.”
Can you tell us about your Masters project?
“My project sought to analyse and evaluate time-overrun factors in the private sector housing construction projects in the East Midlands. I was motivated to focus on this area, seeing as it was a natural progression from construction economics, and also the fact that in the UK, this has not been closely looked at despite time-overruns that happen.”
In a nutshell, why would you recommend your course / NTU to someone looking to study MSc Quantity Surveying?
“The MSc Quantity Surveying course has an excellent graduate employability rating."
What advantages do you think having a postgraduate qualification will give you in regards to employment after graduation?
“Employers are looking for critical thinkers to provide solutions for the industry. The course offered by NTU is designed to adequately prepare its graduates for industry and the world of work.”