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Olivia's story

Olivia

from USA
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I chose to study abroad here because I’ve never left the country before so it was a good first step, not like going somewhere where they don’t speak English. Here, it's really cool that we get to be in the classrooms and get hands-on experiences.

I’ve got so many great new ideas that are so different from what we have in the US, which is awesome.

Grace

from USA
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Without a doubt, my Roehampton degree opened many doors for me. Having my MSc from a British school has allowed me to stand out from other professionals in my field. Never in a million years did I think I would be working on projects of this size, scope, and importance.

Plus, I met my future wife at Heathrow Airport on my first day in London. She was heading to Roehampton just like me!

Benjamin

from USA
Alumni
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I chose this programme because it gives you a lot of great school experience and we are actually places in the classrooms which I really like so we can make some comparisons and learn from a different country and see what they do well so we can take it back to the States and maybe improve.

Everyone is great. Mary is an angel!

Olivia

from USA
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Brighton is really a fun city. You can drive 20 minutes in every direction and you’ll be automatically surrounded by history. Even though I live off campus, there is still plenty of support from my classmates and fellow study 'abroaders'.

Daniel

from USA
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My most memorable moment spent at ROE was the Thanksgiving that I celebrated abroad. I lived in a flat with seven other women – one American, two from the UK and four from Greece. The other American and I decided to throw a full-fledged Thanksgiving celebration for our flat to give the others a taste of a truly American holiday. All eight of us went grocery shopping together and crowded the kitchen for a night of cooking, eating, reflecting, and bonding. To this day, all eight of us keep in touch and have even visited each other on both sides of the pond since graduating!

Emily

from USA
Alumni
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Abbey's story

Abbey

from USA
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Ryan's story

Ryan

from USA
Alumni
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I guess it does take a lot of courage and personal strength to study abroad. I would say that this is the biggest and scariest step I’ve ever taken. But it’s completely worth it, and I already know that I will cherish these memories forever. It’s a lot of fun!

Claire

from USA
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