Mercy Arop Ewah
Mercy graduated from Environmental Impact Assessment and Management in 2013 and now work as Lecturer at the University of Crossriver, Nigeria.
On choosing my course
The University is ranked among the best universities in the United Kingdom and globally.
On top of that, I have always been concerned about environmental issues affecting nature globally. A blend of this imparted knowledge with real estate were major elements for my career projection.
On my career development
MSc in Environmental Impact Assessment and Management contained a list of modules which included class work and practical projects. Additionally, an opportunity to interact with professionals in the built environment broadened my horizon on how I was to synergise this knowledge in my career path.
On my learning
Team work. I learnt how to work with people from different ethnical and cultural background. My writing and time management skills improved greatly.
On my advice for prospective students
The University of Manchester is a serene, knowledge-based and cultural-blend environment for anyone. It is perfectly conditioned for learning and human advancement.