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Lina

Erlandsson

United Kingdom
The key features that attracted me to the course were the focus on research and the broad spectrum of modules, as well as the newly renovated City site.

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“I decided to study at NTU because it seemed to have the right focus on research that I wanted for my postgraduate studies. There seemed to be many connections between the taught modules and the actual research going on at the University.

“The key features that attracted me to the course were the focus on research and the broad spectrum of modules, as well as the newly renovated City site. The buildings at the City site are stunning and so inspiring to study in. The library is a great place to do coursework and the fact that it is open 24-7 during term time is a huge bonus. The Student’s Union is just amazing!

“My career plans have somewhat changed in the sense that I'm more motivated to do my PhD and have a career in academia. My plan is to work in policy development and analysis. I plan to do my PhD sometime in the future.”

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