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The choice of modules on offer and being able to choose the topics and mold the course to what I found most interesting, drew me to this course.

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"I chose to study Health and Social Care at Nottingham Trent University because I felt the benefits of living locally along with the variety of topics offered on the course meant NTU was the best fit for me.

"The choice of modules on offer was what really drew me to this particular course, as well as having the ability to choose the topics and mould the course to what I found most interesting. I particularly enjoyed learning about policy environments and debating on how societies affect individuals. I've definitely developed a talent for arguing!

"I feel throughout the course I've learnt not to take things at face value, but to look critically at the details. I've also become very well organised, having to manage my time between volunteering, work, personal and university commitments.

"Studying at NTU has been great! I felt welcome from the beginning and have fully immersed myself in university life, joining a society and finding a passion for volunteering, including receiving an award for 'Volunteer of the Year' which I would consider my biggest achievement to date.

"Myself and my friends felt the support we were given was extremely useful throughout our time at NTU; with both individual lecturers and NTU's support services as a whole.

"When I leave NTU I hope to continue to make a difference to peoples' lives and make a positive change in the world continuing to learn and do new things. My advice to anyone considering applying to NTU is find something you enjoy, that interests you. Don't just be on a course but actually engage in it!"


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