Laiba Nasir

“I chose the University of Plymouth because it provides the best student experience. The location is absolutely amazing with a mesmerising sea front.”

Coming to Plymouth

“At first, in terms of culture, independence, adaptation, acceptance, responsibility and time management, it was challenging moving from Pakistan to study in a different country. But I have a vibrant personality and found it easy to connect with people. 
The culture shock is overwhelmingly positive. However, adjusting to it can take time. Everyone in Plymouth is friendly and ready to answer your questions. 

You will not feel lonely as there are so many people to surround yourself with. 
My course also has great scope and career opportunities, and with so many countries in need of economists and statisticians this degree is highly valuable in any sector, private or public.
The University has excellent reviews - you will not be disappointed.”
Students on campus with Plymouth Award banner

All the help you need

 “Every step you take in life can be hard and complicated but you have to stay determined and motivated. Seek help if you are struggling with anything i.e. personal life, study patterns, finances or any kind of question - everyone is willing to listen and help you so discuss it with someone. 

Taking some time out

“On a sunny day I go for a walk around The Hoe, buy an ice cream, hang out with friends and, if deadlines are near, go to the University library afterwards. On a rainy day, I call friends over, order pizza and play Monopoly.
There are many exciting events in the city throughout the year. There is a gaming arcade, ice skating and plenty of cafes for a traditional cream tea.
The most beautiful places to visit around Plymouth? Mount Edgcumbe, Wembury beach, The Hoe and the Barbican.” 
Mount Edgcumbe
Mount Edgcumbe
Mount Edgcumbe ferry
Enjoy a tasty roast dinner at Francis Drake Cafe
LLB Law with Business