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Chidubem Azubuike

MSc Mass Communication Management

Where are you from?


What undergraduate course did you study and where?

Mass Communication at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria.

Why did you decide to study a masters?

To improve my employability and to deepen my knowledge of Mass Communication.

Why did you choose Northumbria University? Why did you choose your specific course?

I chose Northumbria for its academic excellence and I chose the MSc Mass Communication Management because I'm passionate about Mass Communication.

What makes your specific course challenging/inspiring/different? How would you sum up the difference between Undergraduate and Postgraduate study?

Undergraduate study is relatively an introduction to the different spheres in any chosen course. Postgraduate study gives you a more defined understanding in a particular area of the course.

What was it like studying at Northumbria? What are the different ways that you learn on your course?

There were a mix of lectures, seminars, team projects and also visiting the industries discussed. We visited the BBC in my time there.

How connected is your course with industry? Do you have the opportunity of placement, work on projects?

Yes we do.

What impressed you most about our academic staff?

The openness and enthusiasm with which all questions asked were answered.

How accessible do you find our staff? Do you feel at ease?

Very accessible. They never felt any questions were out of place and they loved helping.

As a postgraduate student, what aspects of university life are important to you?


What doors do you think this course will open for you? How will your course help you achieve your career goals/give your career an edge?

With this course, I have a new knowledge about management. I can now function in any organisation at management level.

Have you changed as a person?

Yes I have.

How would you describe yourself in 3 words before coming to Northumbria? What are the 3 key skills and attributes you have gained since being here?

Being at Northumbria University has taught me intelligence, passion for education and public speaking.

How would you describe Northumbria in 3 words?

Innovative, fun, educating

Do you feel that your course has been a worthwhile investment in your future?


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