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Judith Chew Bei Fang

Where are you from?

Asia –  Malaysia

Why did you choose to study at Northumbria?

First, I think Northumbria University Law School has a good reputation. It offers various subjects to the student and also a good teaching system and environment, especially the new law building which is really pretty and comfortable to study in. Newcastle is a really nice city to live in and study in. We can get everything we need in town which is just a 5-minute walk from the campus. It is very convenient and I think the best part of the city is the Millennium Bridge which is really beautiful. No one should miss it!

What do you like most about studying at Northumbria?

The thing I like most is the atmosphere and environment, which makes me feel glad to be a student here. Staff and students are so friendly and approachable; they will definitely help you out if you are facing any problems. The teaching programme is so well structured that all students are offered a good balance of study options.

Also, the Students’ Union is well organised. It’s a good social area on the campus which organises different events every week.

Do you have any advice for international students travelling to the UK?

 Even if you are travelling alone, you don’t need to be scared as you will definitely make many friends here. Don’t stay with friends from the same country, get to know people from other countries then you will make more friends and learn about their cultures.


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