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Lucie Cechova

Career Path: Postgraduate Student
Location: Bangor, UK

I have been fascinated by the functioning of supranational organisations since time immemorial and I was very attracted to the protection of justice, so studying law was a clear choice for me. In my eyes, choosing to study international business was a great advantage and a bit of a stand-up option in the eyes of a potential employee. After completing my bachelor's degree, I was sure that I wanted to further develop my knowledge in the field of international law and a possible focus on criminal law and human rights.

What are you doing now?Lucie Cechova

I am preparing for a Master's degree, which will start in September, and at the same time fulfil preparing for a number of internships and placements.

What was it about Northumbria that made you decide to study here?

Northumbria University fascinated me with its huge versatility and offer of study fields. The combination of law and international business was not offered by many universities, and Northumbria offered an incredibly magical place to live, close to the sea and simply close to everything.

What was it like studying at Northumbria?

A great experience right from the start - a great balance between teaching lectures, preparing and disseminating knowledge in workshops and seminars, and in terms of feedback from professors to tests and essays have always been very constructive with room for personal improvement. In the last year, we had a large project as part of our degree, which we created specifically for the client who owned the guest house.

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