Student experiences

Here is a selection of testimonials from current students enrolled in units of study available as part of EMASS.

Noor Alhayki, Public Policy
Noor Alhayki, Public Policy

Noor Alhayki, Public Policy

"I believe that knowledge gives you the tools to build bridges of understanding, equality and peace and I feel excited and confident about putting the skills I gained here into practice."

Tom Shennan, Strategic Public Relations

"The subject matter is relevant and up-to-date course, with plenty of real-world applications. I’ve found myself using what I learned from my studies on a daily basis in my profession, to great advantage."

Tom Shennan, Strategic Public Relations

Tom Shennan, Strategic Public Relations

Primy Cane, Peace and Conflict Studies

"I find myself applying the theories I learn in class to everyday situations in my life. I have become calmer, I have learned to listen, and I now try to understand what the person across from me is going through before I argue back."

Primy Cane, Peace and Conflict Studies

Primy Cane, Peace and Conflict Studies

Kristi Jarvis, Digital Communication and Culture

"In the current environment of rapid development and change, it’s an exciting time to study the intersection between technology and humanity. The interdisciplinary nature of the course reflects my interest in synthesising knowledge from many perspectives."

Kristi Jarvis, Digital Communication and Culture

Kristi Jarvis, Digital Communication and Culture

Christopher Hobb, International Studies

"“Re-entering academic study after many years, has been challenging and enlightening. Having been away from such disciplines for quite a while, the objectives and lessons taken from this course have been extremely helpful.”

Christopher Hobb, International Studies

Christopher Hobb, International Studies

Emma Connors, Economics

"Learning economics is a bit like breaking a code. It really underpins all policy - or at least it should - and is a great boon for anyone interested in public affairs as well as the ‘real’ economy. There is no question the knowledge and analytical skills I have gained through postgraduate study have helped in my job."

Emma Connors, Economics

Emma Connors, Economics