I am grateful to my tutors, as nothing was ever too much trouble and there was no question too big or small to ask. They were always willing to provide one-to-one support with a smile on their faces.
The support from them, especially during the postgraduate programme, was really great – they wanted our feedback too, taking on-board our suggestions and were willing to make changes. The outside speaker's varied sessions were inspirational as well, and provided some very good ideas for teaching methods.
If I was to start university again, I would organise my time better, recommend myself to begin postgraduate studies at an earlier stage, and publish some of my hard work – imagine what a rich database of information that would be, if most of us took the opportunity to publish our work!
When I came to the UK my first priority was my job, but as new doors opened up to me I have benefited from a personal development which has seen my career progress towards opportunities as a manager and clinical educator. My next aim is to apply for a position as a lecturer in the health and social care field.