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Next stop City, University of London

City, University of London welcomed a new intake of INTO students.

by Matthew Little (Communications Officer)
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The 78 students who make up a total of 32 nationalities, arrived at the campus in true London style as they were driven to City in an open top red bus.

Nicholas Lim, financial risk management student from Malaysia, said: “I arrived this morning at 5am and I didn’t get much sleep on the plane as I was so excited!

“I did some research on my course and City looked like the best option, also a lot of students from my school back in Malaysia come to London to study. I am looking forward to online gaming in the UK and making new friends.”

Vladyslav Shutko, LLM Law student from Ukraine, said: “I have been in London for a couple of months now, at the beginning it was a bit scary and I missed my country. Although now I have come to love London and it feels like home.

“I don’t like the heat, so my favourite thing is probably the weather! Either that or the transport like the bus we were on earlier. London is a very international city, so I am looking forward to meeting a lot of people here.

“I love law, so I am excited to start. I chose City because of the environment, it feels very friendly and looks amazing. Also it is one of the best universities and is famous for its Law School, so I am very excited to be here.”

INTO provides international students with a range pre-university courses to help them prepare for direct entry to a wide range of postgraduate and undergraduate degrees at City.

Eamon Martin, Director of Operations INTO City Joint Venture, said: “It is always a pleasure to welcome a new set of students to INTO City, University of London as well as welcoming back our current group.

“City is proud to be a diverse institution and INTO students make up a large part of our international community. I am sure that 2018 will see our students achieve all the success they deserve.”

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