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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. Surrey Business School and SKEMA have joined 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 absolutely love the course. Due to the smaller cohort size we have excellent support from the staff and we all get to know each other well.
Surrey Business School's MSc Entrepreneurship course allowed me to experience real entrepreneurism by taking on projects with actual start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SME).
The course was run efficiently. It was both stimulating and challenging, and advice and support was always available if required.
I have loved the course and feel I have learnt so much; the ability to mix with students who work in a multitude of settings has been so beneficial, the lectures have been stimulating and class discussion has been rich, enlightening and memorable.
I’m currently working as a Space Psychologist Lead at SAGA Space Architects, where every day brings something new. At SAGA, we’re working with researchers from Surrey on the LUNARK project, which looks to explore how humans could survive on the Moon and have successful habitats there in the future.
The course offers flexibility around the optional modules, so I’ve been able to match to my career interests and aspirations.