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"Oxford is a lovely city"

Posted 03 May 2013
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With friends from all around the world, the school becomes a truly dynamic setting where cross-cultural exchange is encouraged and different faiths and beliefs respected.

Phetchompoo Kijburana 

Nationality: Thai

Bellerbys centre you studied at: Oxford

Course(s) studied at Bellerbys: A levels UK (5 terms)

University and programme you hope to progress to: University of Durham to read Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)

What I most enjoyed about my time at Bellerbys was …

the diverse, international community we have here. With friends from all around the world, the school becomes a truly dynamic setting where cross-cultural exchange is encouraged and different faiths and beliefs respected. Cosmopolitan in nature, Bellerbys has contributed much in broadening my perspective towards the world and the people in it.

Bellerbys helped prepare me for my further studies by …

providing excellent teaching. I believe that I could not have been in better hands. Extremely dedicated and supportive, the teachers at Bellerbys conduct lessons which are both effective and engaging.

I wouldn’t be where I am today without Bellerbys because…

I first came to the UK with the aspiration to pursue a Biochemistry degree. However, after taking Government and Politics class, I discovered my passion for the subject area and eventually decided to apply to read PPE at university. Without the wide range of subjects offered at Bellerbys, I would not have had the chance to take up an unconventional subject like politics and so would have missed out on the opportunity to carry on with the degree I absolutely love at university level.

Any other comments:

Oxford is a lovely city and a conducive place to study. With all its vibrancy and modernity, it still holds on to its rich history and beautiful architectural backdrop. With a perfect mix of the old and the new, Oxford is definitely one of the best places to study and live in.

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