Why did you decide to study an undergraduate course?
To further my career prospects, broaden my horizons, to network with similar people and to learn.
What attracted you to Stirling?
The Law School is highly regarded, the campus is nothing short of stunning and English universities are too expensive.
What did you enjoy most about your time at the University of Stirling?
The campus lifestyle, the open-minded people I have met.
Which aspects of the programme did you enjoy the most?
Coursework allowed you to express yourself and be critical of the topic that you are being asked about.
How did your time at University make you more employable? For example, did you undertake placements, work experience, engage with employers through your programme, act as class rep, get involved with the Student’s Union? What key skills did you develop?
I did not part-take in the things mentioned but the experience as a whole has made me a more rounded person.
What advice would you give a student considering studying at Stirling?
In first year, talk to as many people as possible, they are all in the same boat as you.
How would you summarise your time at Stirling?
Something that I do not regret in the slightest.
If you have now graduated, what are you doing now?
Undertaking my GDL at City Law School in London, while working full time as a legal assistant for a law firm in my home town.