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Tell us about your passion.

I like food and cooking. I want to become anything that is to do with nutrition when I grow up.  

What do you aspire to be when you grow up?
Registered dietician.  

Share with us your biggest/proudest achievement in life so far.
About 2 ½ years ago, I started learning English. I wasn’t able to study well in any subjects but GIS, particularly the EAL department had helped me a lot and I went from the lowest grade to top grade.  

What makes you happy?
To be able to cook and bake by my own, learning the chemistry behind all the baking process is very satisfying.  

How do you usually spend your weekend?
I read a lot of text book, because I find my GCSE subjects’ topic very interesting.  

What is the best part of studying in GIS?
In my country, there is very little chance for me to do sport in school and the choices of sports were limited. However, GIS introduced me to a whole new world of sports and a myriad chances to learn and play them and I really appreciate this opportunity.   

What does GIS offer to bring out the best in you?
An opportunity to learn and play new sports including basketball, Gaelic football, softball etc. In addition, a chance to do some adventure activities such as camp and IA.  

Describe GIS in three words.
Challenging, Creative, Exuberant.

March 2017

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