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Nguyen Ngoc Kim Ngan

Real Estate MSc

Real-Estate-Management_Student_Nguyen-Ngoc-Kim-NganHow did you feel during your first week at Northumbria?

The first week at Northumbria was amazing. I had a group presentation with another three UK classmates during the first week. We did quite well at the presentation and in fact, we got presents from the tutors which really boosted and motivated me.

What do you like most about the course?

The course offers many field trips to help you gain better understanding about the property markets, urban regeneration and development projects in Newcastle and London. You are not only gaining the insights, but also get a chance to travel around Newcastle city and other parts of the UK, like London. As an international student, I love the field trips most.

What do you do when you’re not studying?

Cooking and going shopping. I love cooking and like to go to the market and shops to bring food home so that I can try different new recipes in my cooking – and test them on my friends.

*Please note that Real Estate MSc and Real Estate (International) MSc were previously known as Real Estate Management MSc

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