A supportive network
What I’ll take away from Bath most are the people I’ve met and the opportunities that have arisen from being here. The people on my course – they’re absolutely amazing. We’ve got on really well, and, because there’re only 18 of us, it’s like a little family.
If I have any problems, I know who to go to. You can easily email lecturers to arrange a Microsoft Teams call or a meeting. The fact they make themselves available to us – it’s a big benefit, not just academically, but emotionally and personally.
Making the most of new opportunities
I really like Bath because you’ve just got to come to the campus and everything’s there. It’s very easy to get around, and you know where you’re going because everything’s located in relation to the Library.
One nice surprise was that every Bath student can book free tennis courts, free swim lanes, football pitches, hockey pitches, and so on. I’ve used the athletics track and the swimming pool a lot, and I try to use the tennis courts as much as possible.
You’re at the University to study, but you’re also there to grow as an individual and become a better person, so it’s good to try other things.
I’ve changed from the person I was at the start of my master’s. I feel more confident, and I wouldn’t have got that if I hadn’t come to Bath.