บทสัมภาษณ์: น้อง นุ้ย จากจุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย
The UK is considered as one of the finest country for study abroad. Their high study standard is widely known among people around the world. and this is the reason that the number of student who pursues master degree has continuously increased. Studying in the UK is not only able to obtained the useful knowledge, but also has a chance to exchange the culture from people over the world.
Once I realized the I would like to pursue my Master degree in Marketing, I did a research which University is the top five in this field then I found Lancaster University. The curriculum is quite interesting which I think it’s suitable for the student who do not even have a Marketing knowledge like me. Plus, Lancaster is considered as a very finest and peaceful city. That’s why I apply this university.
3) ฝากถึงเพื่อนๆ หรือน้องๆ ที่สนใจไปเรียนต่อที่อังกฤษว่าควรเตรียมความพร้อมอะไรบ้าง
First of all, you need to know yourself very well. What do you want to study? What do you want to do after graduated? What’s you need from postgraduate life?
Secondly, you have to work on a research to see which universities meet your own requirement by consider by many factors i.e. curriculum, qualification, university ranking, employment rate, reputation, environment etc.
Thirdly, check if you are qualifies or not. Lastly, start to apply and strictly follow the timeline that the University arrange.
4) มีความคิดเห็นอย่างไรบ้างกับบริการของ Hands On และความเห็นต่อพี่ counsellor
To be honest, I didn’t expect anything much from Hands On at first because I believe I might handle it by my own. But, what I experience from having hands on as a consultant is far beyond my expectation indeed!!! My consultant (P’Otto) is very professional, helpful and knowledgeable. He gave me an advice since the first day that I started to do the research the course, advised almost everything i.e.writing SOP, preparing all related document including for apply the course, accommodation and also VISA application, following up with University and so on. I would have had a trouble if I had not consulted with hands On (Luckily I did!).