Before I came to St George’s, University of London, I was a bit anxious about how my stay in London would be, and how I would get on with meeting new people and be able to make friends or not. Although, as soon as I got here, all of these worries went out of the window. I fit really well and to be honest I would like to stay in London for the rest of my life.
The specific courses that I am doing at Newcastle and St George’s have a lot of correlation with each other which is ideal for my development. I picked St George’s because Frontiers in Human Health would help me deepen a lot of concepts that I have learnt at university.
I am staying at St George’s university accommodation: Horton Halls. It is a really nice place to stay. The rooms are very spacious and cosy. It is a good place to meet other people from the same course, as most of us are staying here. It allows us to socialise and plan our evenings together, and it makes us feel more at home in a way. The area has parks and nice restaurants as well, and I have enjoyed my time here.
I have really liked the course but another thing that I have really appreciated is interacting with people from different backgrounds. I think there is a person from almost every continent studying on this course, different ages, different backgrounds. It has been a very enlightening experience, hearing stories from different parts of the world, from Africa, Europe and Asia. I have become quite close to several of my course mates and I have learnt a lot about their countries and their cultures.