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Mary Bridger

SOAS was my only choice of postgrad school after working various internships in the field of international development and seeing the reputation it had, and the number of my mentors who had studied here.

MA Gender Studies

SOAS was my only choice of postgrad school after working various internships in the field of international development and seeing the reputation it had, and the number of my mentors who had studied here.

Without doubt the best thing about my course was the people I studied with. We had a great group of Gender MA students who shared their experiences and insights to create a great and diverse learning environment. However. I wouldn’t have enjoyed my course nearly as much if not for the hard work of our course convener, Ruba Salih and my two great teaching associates, Leyli I. Behbahani and Katie Natanel.

Away from my studies, I’ve enjoyed exploring the area around SOAS and getting to know London better as a resident and not just as a tourist.  Being a student has allowed me to take advantage of great offers for theatre, concerts and public lectures which I otherwise couldn’t have afforded or wouldn’t have known about.

SOAS is a great place for collaborative learning and one that provides unique opportunities.

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