Modern Foreign Languages Education

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MA

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Part Time, Full Time

| Admissions status: Open
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Jen
Jen
Canadian
Health Promotion MSc

After completing my undergraduate degree in Canada I decided to travel abroad for postgraduate studies. I chose to study at King’s because of its world renowned reputation and its incredible location in the heart of London.

I am currently completing a Master’s of Science in Health Promotion with a focus on childhood cancer survivorship as the topic of my dissertation. As many of the course topics focus on issues that affect our current society, one of the main assets of the programme is its applicability to real life. We are often taught by a wide range of experts and professionals from various departments who encourage us to engage in meaningful discussions regarding the concept of health. In particular the Director of the Programme, Dr. Peter Duncan, has been exceptional in facilitating the course and providing a great deal of student support.

Thus far, studying at King’s has been a wonderful experience. As an international student, the staff and students have made me feel extremely welcome. The sense of community is truly unmatched to any other academic environment I have been a part of. Students are consistently encouraged to get involved in the wide array of activities and clubs available.

As a Student Ambassador at King’s, I have been able to participate in exciting events and meet new people, while earning money to help fund my studies. After graduation I plan to pursue a degree in medicine and I am confident that my studies at King’s will provide me with the necessary background to approach the concept of health from a new perspective.

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