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Rafael Antonio David

International Sport Management MSc

"The teaching staff have been particularly great in the fact that they really want you to learn; they make you think outside of the box, broadening one's horizons in the different aspects that they teach. They also want to ensure your success, particularly in the assessments that are asked of you by offering tutorials and guidance which is, for me, very helpful as an international student in being able to adjust to the way they conduct their teaching style here."

Watch Rafael's profile film to hear more about his experience at Northumbria.

 


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