Why did you choose to study at UEL?
I chose UEL because I wanted a well-rounded education, and I thought attending a big school would also better prepare me for life in the real world.
What is your one special memory of your time at UEL?
One special memory at UEL was being in my room at Longbridge house at Docklands campus and counting planes flying in and out of City airport across the River Thames.
What have you done since graduating from UEL?
I been working in a university in Ghana, where I lecture on various courses including research methods, strategic management, leadership and logistics management
What is your current job role? And what does it involve?
Currently a lecturer and senior consultant at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration. As a senior consultant at the university, I have been involved in various donor funded projects.
How did UEL help you get to where you are now?
The degree provided me with the experience and expert knowledge in making me competitive in achieving my career aspirations in the world of research and consultancy assignment.
What advice would you give your younger self?
I would advise my younger self to just say 'yes' to every opportunity that comes your way. No responsibility is beneath you. With determination you will progress to have a successful career.
What advice would you give to UEL current students preparing to graduate?
Be kinder to yourself. Always know your worth. The world is bigger than you think it is and your worries aren't as important as you think they are, just be you as you pursue your programme.
Tell us something about yourself that most people don't know:
I love meditation. It is quite possibly the best free stress reliever ever.
If you were to do it all again, would you still choose UEL?
Yes, great university that provides the networking and platform to build your knowledge and career.