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Shahnaz Syed

Shahnaz SyedCounsellor, iCALL, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

MSc Applied Psychology with Research Methods 


What made you choose Middlesex University?

I chose Middlesex University because it offered the course I was keen on pursuing. In 2008-2009, this course was rare in both the UK and in India. An MSc in Applied Psychology was offered by Middlesex University alone and it contained the modules I wanted to study.

What attracted you to your course and made you apply?

It contained modules that I was interested in and I felt doing a course with six different subject areas would increase my job prospects in the UK as well as in India.

What aspects of your course did you enjoy most?

I particularly enjoyed the research methods and my dissertation. I also enjoyed the teaching and support that I received from professors.

What is your fondest memory of life at Middlesex?

My fondest memories of life at Middlesex University are my initial days in a new place, making new friends and going to social gatherings organised by the university, which included a riverboat disco and trip to Brighton. I also really enjoyed spending time in the library with lots of books and friends.

What one piece of advice would you give to a prospective student interested in studying at Middlesex?

Just study hard, attend tutorials and engage in as many extra curricular activities as possible to make the most use of university life.

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