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Kathy talks getting involved

Kathy's story
 

Flying Start

Kathy is from Hong Kong and has always been interested in how a good diet can improve lives. So she joined the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences to study Food and Nutrition in 2015.

Keen to step outside of her comfort zone and get involved in activities outside of her course, she particularly enjoyed taking part in Varsity activities with the Students' Union. 

Kathy tells us about her time at Coventry University.

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I became a language tutor through Linguae Mundi at Coventry University, it was a great experience to learn how to teach people my language. Teaching gave me another experience alongside studying.

My advice is to join as many societies as you can when you are a fresher so that you can meet lots of people and make your university life more interesting.

Kathy Tsang Man Wai, Food and Nutrition BSc (Hons)

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