I chose King's due to its reputation as a leading university around the world and also after watching and listening to professors from King's on programmes such as in the National Geographic and BBC, as they gave their expert view on diverse topics.
Being at King's has so far been better than any job I ever had or other schools I ever went to. It is an all round experience where I am learning, socializing, networking with professionals in my areas of interest and meeting potential employers.
Alongside King's, I am also involved with the African Leadership Centre. Being one of the fellows at the centre is an experience that cannot be traded; the brilliant mentorship and the tools that we continue to receive prepare us to take up leadership positions upon our return home.
I was lucky enough to receive funding from King's under the auspices of the King's International Graduate Scholarship; this has come a long way in making my studies and stay in London enjoyable.
My advice to prospective students is that they are looking in the right direction to be seeking for a place at King's. Once you are a student here the future is at your disposal and you have nothing to be afraid of after your studies. King's location in the heart of London makes it the ideal place to be as I enjoy living in cities. There is nowhere else I would rather be.