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Muad Benjaber

Maud Benjaber _pathway _255Why did you choose Northumbria University?

I have many friends already studying at Northumbria and they recommended the course to me.

What do you like about your course? 

I like the design of the campus. The course requires a lot of work which is making me improve.

Why is the course important to you?  How will the IFP help you for your future studies?

The course is important for me because it will allow me to meet the qualifications for me to do my undergraduate course.

What is the most challenging aspect of the IFP?

Time management skills.

What have you learnt from the IFP so far?

I have learnt a lot of key business skills.

What do you like about the teaching staff?

The teaching staff are approachable and easy to contact if you want to ask any questions.

What do you like about each of your modules?

The writing course is challenging. Because it’s the first time I’ve studied business, I have learnt a lot and am really enjoying this module.

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