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Vivian Bui

Vivian Wu _pathway - 255Why did you choose Northumbria University?

Because Northumbria has a good reputation for Design. My sister already lives in Newcastle and the cost of living is good.

 

What do you like about your course? 

The staff are nice, I like the teaching and the way staff speak to students.

 

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

I need to improve my speaking and writing skills. The IFP will help me in my future course subject.

 

What is the most challenging aspect of the IFP?

Homework and deadlines.

 

What have you learnt from the IFP so far?

To communicate with other people. How to work by myself and structure my time.

 

What do you like about the teaching staff?

The staff are supportive and keep in touch, replying to emails.

 

What do you like about each of your modules?

That they’re all different.


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