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Jeanette

Pearce

United Kingdom
The environment of NTU is exceedingly supportive and its student focus has helped me flourish.

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"I chose NTU primarily for its high employability rates, given the current climate it seemed the most sensible option. Furthermore, I felt the city was just far enough away from my parents! Coming to an open day definitely helped me to make a decision – upon seeing the city site and the library facilities, I was smitten with NTU.

"What really attracted me to my course was the module options. There are some really unique options to do more specified strands of psychology; for example Cyberpsychology, and Psychopathology and Offending Behaviour.

"I have particularly enjoyed the Criminological Psychology module as it further sparked an already present interest in criminal behaviour. It also supported my voluntary work with youth offenders and within Nottingham HM prison.

"During my time at NTU I have progressed hugely both personally and academically. University is a wonderful opportunity to grow, and as cliché as it is, you figure out who you are. The environment of NTU is exceedingly supportive and it's student focus has helped me flourish.

"I like living in Nottingham because I like how close everything is, and I love the ease of city life. It's just big enough for me having come from a little village in the country, and you quickly establish friends and a life here."

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