Hweesin Yeo

Hweesin

Yeo

Malaysia

More about Hweesin

“I got to know NTU from the British Psychological Society (BPS) as NTU is one of the universities that offer the psychology course accredited by them. Moving to the UK was daunting but NTU provided a step-by-step guide which made the process much easier. Upon my arrival, NTU had prepared a coach service from the airport and organised volunteers at the accommodation to help carry my luggage. During the welcome week, the volunteers provided me with all the information I needed and made me feel right at home.

“All the modules on my course are interesting and all the lecturers have a passion for what they are teaching. I am inspired by them as they are really knowledgeable about what they are teaching and they are open to opinions.

“The Global Lounge here at NTU is very supportive to international students. There is coffee and tea provided and a lunch hosted every Thursday. It shows the university not only cares about our academic performance but also the wellbeing of international students too. The employability support services have also been very useful – the team are always supportive and informative.

“Living in Nottingham is a great experience. It is very convenient here as there are bus facilities as well as many supermarkets. Moreover, as foreign student, I have also found a few oriental marts to fulfil my nostalgia.”

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