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If you are thinking about coming to Surrey to study but you are a mature student or anxiety is holding you back, it is really worth coming here, you will be made to feel very at home and part of a caring community while you study.
The student societies and clubs have made my experience at Surrey a fun adventure and have given me the opportunity to make friends for life!
The University of Surrey was the first open day that I didn’t want to leave as soon as possible, and I wanted to continue exploring. I just knew it was the place for me.
The University of Surrey is a great citadel of learning.
The Music and Sound Recording (Tonmeister) course is the best of both worlds. You get to be completely immersed in the world of music while simultaneously learning about the interesting technological side of how sound is produced, manipulated and recorded.
Having studied language and literature courses in Sichuan, China, Jinlan joined Surrey to embark on what she thought was her first step towards becoming a hotel Human Resources Manager. Studying for her masters in International Hospitality Management, Jinlan thinks she might pursue a different path to revolutionise the hotel industry….
The people and the history of this team are unique and what they’ve achieved as a small family business is incredible. I felt like a part of the team from the first day.
I found my Professional Training Year an incredibly valuable experience, and it was certainly rewarding to be able to use what I’ve learnt during my time at Surrey in my job.
I would absolutely recommend doing a Professional Training Year, not just to enhance technical skills and knowledge but to develop soft skills, which at times can be more important.