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Molly Chester

Career Path: 3D Designer, CircleSquare
Location: London, UK

After graduating from Northumbria my aim was to move to London, after using my degree to freelance for a while, I finally moved to the city and have been working as a 3D designer ever since, and that was 2018!

What are you doing now?Molly Chester

I’m working as a 3D designer

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

The tutors! After getting to see the facilities and meeting the tutors, I saw their passion and realised that’s where I needed to be

What was it like studying at Northumbria?

You get what you put in, I worked hard and used all the facilities available. My course was workshop-based and I was lucky to have some of the best workshops around

How connected was your course with industry?

My course didn’t specifically offer a placement course but the tutors had great connections with industry and you would meet past graduates a lot, it’s so inspiring and helps you plans your future path

What was the best thing about your course?

The facilities and freedom when working, my tutors loved helping us mock things up and help us progress

How did studying at Northumbria help you achieve your career goals/ give your career an edge?

The course taught me so much that without I would never have got my job

Which skills/knowledge did you learn on your course that you use most now throughout your career?

How to think critically and plan a creative project

What did you enjoy most about your time at Northumbria University?

The people and atmosphere

What advice would you give somebody who is considering studying at Northumbria?

Live close the university, you’ll want to be there more than you think, so don’t make yourself walk too far

How would you describe your time at Northumbria in three words?

Educational, social, colourful

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