I had read good views about or from people who had gone to Middlesex. For me, people played an important part in my choice of university.
I always liked media and wanted to learn about advertising. I heard about the programme and liked the fact it offered the right mixture of practical and theoretical classes.
I really enjoyed the practical elements of the course as many of the activities we undertook introduced me to what life was like in the industry.
Join clubs and never miss classes! The saddest story I've heard is when people get amazing grades but fail a module because of low attendance levels.
I think it helped me to think critically, which is what I have to do working in my industry now.
I have always been interested in advertising. I love it because it's fast paced and never gets boring.
I climbed from being an intern to social media expert in less than a year. That's when I was given the responsibility to handle an account.
Internships are very important as they allow you to learn about which career path you would most like to follow. Trying and testing career paths is crucial because the media industry is very big and not everything is for everyone. It's also really important to make professional connections.
Never be shy and try everything out.