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Surrey will always be home. It has made me to be a better woman who is forward-looking, adventurous, innovative and a positive contributor to our community.
I was really impressed by the flexibility of my degree, as I was able to do both a study abroad semester and a placement year.
The Business Management degree at the University of Surrey has allowed me to explore different avenues of business and even tailor the experience to meet my interests.
All these extra-curricular developments show that if you work hard, Surrey will support you into becoming the person you want to be.
Management masters student Don Wong came from the University of Surrey where he studied Media and Communication as an undergraduate. In his final term at Surrey, he had the opportunity to visit the School of Knowledge and School of Knowledge Economy and Management (SKEMA) campus in Paris. Starting in 2023, the Surrey Business School and SKEMA will join forces to offer a dual masters in Management to their Management students, accredited by both institutions.
Armed with a first-class Business with Law degree from Hertfordshire University, Mariana Duarte joined Surrey to study for a masters in Human Resource Management. Here she tells us why she chose Surrey and her experience of being a postgraduate student.
Yashika spent a semester studying at the University of Surrey as part of her undergraduate degree at Amity University Noida in Uttar Pradesh, India. Here she writes about her experience of coming to the UK to study a masters at Surrey.
I love being part of two Schools at Surrey as I get to meet a wider variety of students and professors. On a standard working day, I can be in classes of 20 or 200 people.
My time at Surrey has improved my chances of employability immensely. The beauty about Surrey is that they prioritise both academic and professional development, as most courses offer some sort of placement year, and really set you up for professional life once you graduate.