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What is the student life in the UK and how to make most out of it?
WEBINAR

What is the student life in the UK and how to make most out of it?

You’re thinking about studying abroad – a big decision! Whilst studying in the UK, there will be an endless number of ways for you to enjoy yourself, learn new things and make friends. The UK offers an amazing, unforgettable student life experience like no other country. Of course, doing all these with a limited budget is crucial! Join this webinar to find out the student life and living expenses in the UK, get tips on balancing your study and life, making friends and building your international network...

What is the student life in the UK and how to make most out of it?
Speakers
Siobhan Ralfe, International Student Recruitment Officer, Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, University of Bath.
Siobhan Ralfe, International Student Recruitment Officer, Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, University of Bath.
Siobhan is responsible for undergraduate recruitment across South East Asia, the Middle East & Wider Europe. Siobhan began working in outreach as a Senior Student Ambassador whilst at the University of Essex, studying BA & MA History. After graduating, she continued to work in Higher Education as part of the UG Student Recruitment Team at the University of Sussex. Joining Bath in 2019, she has since been focusing on providing support and guidance to international students throughout their application process.
Zeynep Arscott,  International Officer, Loughborough University
Zeynep Arscott, International Officer, Loughborough University
Originally from İstanbul, Zeynep has been living and working in the UK for over 10 years. A professional marketing practitioner, Zeynep worked in a number of sectors before settling in at higher education in 2015. She has joined Loughborough University in March 2020 as the International Officer for Turkey and wider Europe region to use her many years’ experience in helping international students to find the right course, having been an international student in the UK herself.