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Jyothy Jinadevan


I chose to pursue a postgraduate degree in Public Health because of my passion for improving population health outcomes.

More about Jyothy

Why NTU?

Why did you choose to study a postgraduate degree in Public Health?

"I chose to pursue a postgraduate degree in Public Health because of my passion for improving population health outcomes. With a background in the medical field, I became increasingly interested in addressing the social and environmental determinants of health and wanted to make a tangible difference in communities.

I am inspired by the multidisciplinary nature of Public Health and its potential for broad societal impact through preventive measures and comprehensive approaches. My goal is to contribute to the improvement of population health, particularly in underserved communities, by gaining a deeper understanding of public health strategies, developing research and analytical skills, and implementing effective interventions."

What does social sciences mean to you?

"To me, social sciences encompass the study and understanding of human society and behaviour. It involves exploring the intricate dynamics of individuals, groups, and societies, and the various factors that shape their interactions and experiences. Social sciences provide valuable insights into how individuals function within their social, cultural, and economic contexts. It also involves analysing patterns, conducting research, and developing strategies to address societal challenges and promote well-being. Ultimately, social sciences provide a framework for working with individuals, fostering positive change, and contributing to the betterment of society."


"At NTU, the support provided by tutors and staff is highly commendable. The university values the well-being and success of its students, and it reflects in the support systems in place. Tutors are dedicated professionals who are readily available to provide academic guidance, answer questions, and offer feedback on assignments. They create an inclusive learning environment that encourages student engagement and fosters intellectual growth.

Additionally, the university offers various resources, such as libraries, academic advisors, and study skills workshops, to enhance students' learning experience. The staff members are friendly, approachable, and willing to assist students with any non-academic concerns or challenges they may encounter. Overall, the support available from tutors and staff at NTU plays a vital role in facilitating student success and creating a supportive learning community."

As an international student

Why did you want to study in the UK?

"Studying in the UK has always been my dream, driven by its prestigious academic institutions, rich intellectual heritage, and diverse multicultural environment. It is a dream come true to pursue my education in this renowned academic setting."

What advice would you give to help new international students get settled in at university?

"My advice to new international students would be to take full advantage of the support provided by NTU. The university offers a wide range of resources and services to help students settle in and succeed. Make sure to familiarise yourself with the available support systems, such as academic advisors, student organisations, and student services. Don't hesitate to reach out and ask for assistance whenever needed.

Additionally, engage in orientation programs and social activities to meet fellow students and build a supportive network. Remember, the key to a successful university experience is to actively seek and make the most of the support available to you at NTU."

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