Hey! My name is Nabeela or Nabsie. I’m from Birmingham (UK). I decided to move to manchester 3 years ago because I wanted to gain some independence away from my family. Manchester as a city is quite similar to brum (Birmingham) in terms of being very multicultural,  being a built city etc.. I knew I’d fit in right here and I did I do and I hope to continue that!
Another reason I came to manc (Manchester) was because I found out that one of my fave poets taught at MMU (carol ann duffy) so naturally I decided to study english but with another of my fave subjects, psychology.
I have met so many amazing people in and around uni (University)! Most the people I meet are at sheesha lounges on the curry mile. Sheesha is a water pipe that you smoke but its the social atmosphere that draws people in. Im really energetic, sociable and friendly.

My Name is Emma Harry, BA (Hons) SPRCA ; I am currently studying MSc International Public relations at Manchester Metropolitan University, which is how I have met Morgan, as she is completing a term in the UK on the same course. I made the decision to take this course as I believe it is the time for me to get serious about a sustainable career, one that has the possibility of longevity and career satisfaction.I started my academic path in the performance arts and due to dissatisfaction with some teaching methods along the way, I made the choice to develop my knowledge of the business side of the industry, therefore I completed a fast track business course before completing my undergraduate’s degree in Arts Management. 

Like a lot of students, after graduating I found it difficult to break into the industry I had wished to work in primarily due to lack of relevant experience and so, ended up working for an temping agency; which is an experience I am still very grateful for, as it proved that I have the ability to adapt to various working environments and reassured me of my capabilities, which is something that is often damaged by consistent rejection from work opportunities. The completion of this Masters’ degree is a new life line for me. Being a mature student (and the eldest in my class), as well as being completely new to PR I feel the pressure of needing to perform extremely well whilst being nervous by my lack of experience.The induction week to the course had me feeling a little apprehensive about my decision, however our course leader is fantastic and reassuring without even knowing it, and I think after a great networking experience, I see the potential in the choice I have made but more importantly in my ability to grow into the confident business woman I need to be.

Hi, my name is Igho and I’m a student in Manchester. I came to Manchester last year to study business. The first thing I liked about Manchester was the businesses and the people, especially in the city centre; there are many different kinds of businesses. I thought this was one of the best places to study business; it’s like having a live case study daily broadcasted for you to see. There’s a great atmosphere in Manchester, with a massive student population and a host of people from around world. It’s not only a great place to study but it to also work, meet friend and have fun.

Eglė PranckutėHey! My name is Egle and I came to Manchester as incoming Erasmus student. My native land is Lithuania. The first thing which I liked at first is the nice houses which are typical in English. When I got to Manchester from Liverpool airport I thought that if I wanted to explore all the city, three months wouldn’t be enough! I found it so beauuuutiful and full of various iHey! My name is Egle and I came to Manchester as incoming Erasmus student. My native land is Lithuania. The first thing which I liked at first is the nice houses which are typical in English. When I got to Manchester from Liverpool airport I thought that if I wanted to explore all the city, three months wouldn’t be enough! I found it so beauuuutiful and full of various interesting people! Besides, I love that bus, cab drivers, shop assistants are very polite here. This is the way it should be in every country. And there are some shops really suitable for students! I’m happy that I made new friends so quickly. I appreciate the chance to go and feel a student’s life in Manchester. I love the pubs here! I hope I will visit lots of them during these three exciting months! However, there are some things that I do not like so much.. The cost of living here differs enormously from the cost in our country. Accommodation in Lithuania is about four times lower comparing with England’s prices. But it’s not surprising as the prices are established according salaries. Also I feel a bit confusing about the roads because sometimes I do not understand where it is allowed to cross the street! But I simply try to follow what other people do. And generally, I just want to get everything from being here. I wish I cried at the airport while waiting for my departure ! i’m already proud of being here. nteresting people! Besides, I love that bus, cab drivers, shop assistants are very polite here. This is the way it should be in every country. And there are some shops really suitable for students! I’m happy that I made new friends so quickly. I appreciate the chance to go and feel a student’s life in Manchester. I love the pubs here! I hope I will visit lots of them during these three exciting months! However, there are some things that I do not like so much.. The cost of living here differs enormously from the cost in our country. Accommodation in Lithuania is about four times lower comparing with England’s prices. But it’s not surprising as the prices are established according salaries. Also I feel a bit confusing about the roads because sometimes I do not understand where it is allowed to cross the street! But I simply try to follow what other people do. And generally, I just want to get everything from being here. I wish I cried at the airport while waiting for my departure ! i’m already proud of being here.

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