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Pann Klinted _pathway _255Why did you choose Northumbria University?

Because the city is great. Northumbria wanted to look at my portfolio. I have never seen snow.

What do you like about your course?

Art classes, learning new things and meeting people from different cultures.

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

My English skills need improvement. The course can help me improve my written and spoken English.

What is the most challenging aspect of the IFP?

Improving my writing skills. The homework is hard.

What have you learnt from the IFP so far?

I have learnt new art techniques and a lot of new English skills.

What do you like about the teaching staff?

The classes and staff are really fun. Staff are great, letting you learn and discover new things yourself.

What do you like about each of your modules?

I like the variety – they’re all different!

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