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Adam A. Hayatudeen

Why did you choose the course?

To acquire an an academic knowledge/ understanding of public health in order to complement the field experience I have.

What appealed to you about Northumbria and studying in Newcastle?

First class studying facilities and academic excellence.

What are the best things about Newcastle for students?

The Millenium Bridge, St James’ Park and Tyneside.

Favourite thing about university?

Amazing library facilities and Sport Central.


Favourite thing about Newcastle?

It’s peaceful and friendly.

What did you like most about the course?

Method of delivery of lectures and feedback between students and tutors.

Do you have any advice for anyone applying for the course/Uni in general?

The amount of study resources available for students to tap from in Northumbria
University is so much. Therefore, studying here will give you the opportunity to fulfill your potential by maximizing these huge resources.

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