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Deborah

Ilaboya

United Kingdom
NTU is the most supportive academic environment ever and it offers the best opportunities for personal, academic and career development.

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"The MA Public Health at NTU is different from the conventional Masters in Public Health, which is what is offered at other universities. Once I found the course, I did not think twice about it. In addition, getting an international student scholarship motivated me a lot.

"The key feature that attracted me to the course was its multidisciplinary nature. As it was my second postgraduate degree, I was more concerned about course content and how it would fit into my personal as well as career objectives.

"The key facilities that attracted me to the University were the 24-hour computer access and a library right in the heart of the city centre. The library has been my second home since I started the course. I have found it very helpful while completing my assessments.

"NTU is the most supportive academic environment ever and it offers the best opportunities for personal, academic and career development. My greatest achievement so far has been my trip to Uganda where I presented for the first time at a conference and collected data for my masters dissertation.

"My career plans are now clearer and more defined. My immediate plan is to begin my PhD here at NTU and then go on to work as a health promotion specialist with a particular focus on non-communicable diseases."

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