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Monica

Dokpesi

United Kingdom
If I had a chance to do it all again I would in a heartbeat.

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"The Multidisciplinary Master’s course appealed to me because I could tailor my learning towards my own aspirations. I am currently studying a major in Public Sociology and minors in Organisation and Management and Intercultural Communication.

"I have a strong passion for helping children so my goal is to open a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that raises awareness and gives support to deprived children. I have had the opportunity to undertake two placements at Education for the Children and Nottingham Trent University as part of my studies.

"My placements have helped me gain a more critical insight into the dynamics of what it takes to run a charity. I have also managed to get a better understanding of communicating with different calibre of people in a work setting as well as customer relationship management, business and targets.

"The modules are well taught, the facilities are top notch and it really does feel like your learning is tailored just for what your aspirations are. You also get to meet new people that you can always learn from.

"If I had to pick a best experience on the MDM I would struggle, as the whole year goes quicker than you think and there are so many amazing moments."

"If I had a chance to do it all again I would in a heartbeat."

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