International Education – Experience That Will Last A Lifetime

By Leeds Beckett University Modified on December 16, 2015

Leeds Beckett is partnered with 150 other universities across the world!

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I have always had an interest in meeting new people, socialising and learning about different cultures. England is known for the world-class education it offers to its students; hence I decided to get my further education in England. I selected Leeds Beckett University, as there is so many practical modules offered compared to others.

Leeds Beckett also offers an amazing opportunity to study abroad of one of the two semesters as part of your degree. The University is partnered with 150 other universities across the world but there are also fee paying study abroad options for non-partner Universities where you can still earn credit towards your degree course.

If you want to explore Europe courses like MA International Communication have explicit option to study one of the semesters in renowned European universities. Other courses like MSc International Hospitality & Tourism Management offers great opportunities to work abroad for a year in the tourism industry. Previous placement students worked with international tour operators like Disney World and TUI.

Leeds Beckett does not limit itself only to education, it believes in offering various opportunities to students, which will help them gain practical experience and prepare them for future prospects. If you are enthusiastic about volunteering the university offers an amazing 2-7 weeks International Volunteering programme in countries across the world.

Through my international education I have met so many students from so many different countries. It would have taken me years to achieve this. It’s great to get an exposure like this, it builds up knowledge to deal with people from different cultures and promotes relationship building. It won’t be wrong to say the connections I have made during my education experience will last a lifetime.

Anjana,
MA Public Relations and Strategic Communication student