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Mr Kenny Chia Heng Chok

MSc Business with Marketing Management Kenny Chia Heng ChokI chose Northumbria . . . because the university is very well known in Malaysia. My boss at my job in Malaysia is a graduate and he recommended the university to me. I knew there were two options for Northumbria University: Newcastle and London. I had also heard about Northumbria’s excellent Business School with AACSB double accreditation.

I really like the university because . . . of the staff! All the staff are really professional, helpful, patient and understanding. I also love London and the culture here. People here are very respectful, open minded and culturally aware.

The lecturers . . . have a really good knowledge of their subject, they explain things to me clearly and always use real-world examples. I feel really supported by my lecturers and they are always there to give me guidance. I have had lots more support with writing my dissertation than some of my friends studying at other universities.

Northumbria University London has helped me to be very culturally aware . . . and open minded and respectful, I would like to take this with me when I move back to Malaysia.

What three words would you use to describe your experience at Northumbria . . . I’ve loved it!

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