What is your fondest memory of being a student at the University of Stirling?
That was when an excursion was organized for international students. Led by two friendly Scottish ladies, Sheila Mcwhirter and Eilidh Bateman, we visited several places of interests including the famous Doune Castle, Loch Lomond and other countless lochs in the Stirling district. We also visited Queen Victoria's Garden Cottage, Balmoral Castle and Victoria National Park.
How did your university experience contribute to your current role?
The MSc Media Management has sharpened my management skills, broadened my academic horizon, and contributed immensely to the successes of my vocations.
I currently work as a Management Consultant and Projects Director for a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), SEN'S Progra by name, specialized in capacity building for Social Accountability, Local Governance, and Participatory Democracy. I have also established a private business entity that deals in the importation of general goods.
What advice would you give someone from your country considering the University of Stirling at present?
For serious academic pursuits and for enviable career advancement, Stirling is the ultimate destination.