What did three years in London teach me about the English language?

September is usually a big month for me, as there’s always something going on. Be it first day of school, birthday, or starting university. This day three years ago, I made a leap and moved to London. It hasn’t been an easy transition and it taught me a lot. I’ve been learning English since I was eight, but live language I was about to experience in Britain was completely different. Here are top lessons an immigrant learnt about the English language.

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#PRstudent: why bother blogging?

After being named one of the top PR blogs in the UK by Vuelio, last week blog MK has been shortlisted to Richard Bailey’s selection for the Britain’s best PR student blog. In response to Richard’s post, I decided to write why I started writing a blog and how it helped me in building my future career. Because it hugely did!

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Guest post: Why You Should Be Involved In Student Media

Life as a student is blissful, despite the constant burden of adulthood slowly creeping upon you, it is easy to ride along the glorious train of lectures-library-pub. However, there becomes a day where the word “graduation” starts creeping up from behind. The prospect of finishing university and having to finally accept that you are in fact an adult can be extremely daunting, the thought of having to find a job can be equally stressful. As an adult in denial, I can say that my one piece of advice as a student looking to step into a career in media is: get involved in student media.

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