More about Sufian
It has been my ambition to lead and manage, as I want to work in Management, later I would like to start up my own business or continue with my father’s business in general supplies. A friend told me about Nottingham, and I wanted a course that started in January. With the reputation Nottingham Business School has got in the business society in the UK and around the world, it was not a hard decision to make. Studying at Nottingham Trent University has been an absolute pleasure.
The whole course is structured in such a way that gives you first-hand practical knowledge and professional skills. Projects, site visits, group work, presentations, library services and the NTU Online Workspace provide the right support required to learn and succeed in a competitive diverse environment. In the end you don’t just get a degree, the schools’ elite business and corporate connections gives you important links to kick start your career.
Everyone at NTU is welcome and happy to help, top-notch recreational facilities, all sorts of societies and excellent library services. If you are planning to study at NTU, prepare yourself for an experience of a life time.
There have been a few highlights for me; the international student scholarship award, the in-company consultancy project, frequent guest lectures from the global business community, the residential induction course at the Peak District Park and lifelong friendships with people from all over the world.
The most interesting people I have met at NTU are my course leader Adrian Castell and Senior Lecturer Ehsan Sabet Ghadam Haghighi.
I work part-time in Administration at Nottingham City Hospital. I found the job through an agency, I work a maximum of 20 hours a week, usually two shifts of two hours. It’s a good idea to work part-time as you develop professional experience, and it's career relevant work.
My experience of life in Nottingham has been remarkable. Medieval buildings, theatres, art, music, comedy, major sporting locations, football, cricket, major ice hockey league, water sports, pubs, restaurants and buzzing night-outs, it’s like all the facilities of a big city packed into a small one.
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