Undergraduate students at SOTA

Student Profiles

Our students talk about their experiences at the University of Liverpool.


Josie Baker

Music BA

Liverpool really stands out as a musical city, not just because of the Beatles, but also within the classical music industry as the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic is just around the corner. 

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George Edwards-Morris

Game Design Studies BA

Whatever sort of person you are, there’s bound to be something here for you. That’s the joy of living in this type of city.

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Elena Federio

Music BA

There are always places to see and perform live music, from bars to pubs to arenas. The music scene in Liverpool is always opening new opportunities for music enthusiasts

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Emily Aitken

English Literature BA

There’s something in the module list for everyone, whether you prefer much older texts or more recent ones.

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Abigail Saunders

Music BA

At Liverpool I get the opportunity to study what I want, and gain experience from a wide area of the music industry. 

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Jiaqi Zhao

Communication and Media BA

Although, it is quite a small city, it is very lively as you’ll always find a local who is more than happy to have a chat with you.

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Sophia Riley

Communication and Media BA

Step outside of your comfort zone because that’s where all the personal development and fun happens!

 

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Molly Russel

Communication and Media BA

I chose to study Communication and media because it had a really wide range of topics on film, mainstream media and the theoretical analysis of media. 

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Hannah Percival

 Communications & Media and Business Studies (50:50 joint honours) 

I used to be petrified about speaking out loud in class but it really makes such a difference to your learning if you put in what you want to get out. 

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Edward Wright

Philosophy, Politics and Economics

The positive feedback really helped reinforce that taking an interest and being passionate about what you do can be incredibly rewarding and can come from unlikely places.

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Anoushka Negi

Philosophy, Politics and Economics

The University of Liverpool offered a variety of modules and the flexibility to tailor the PPE degree to my aspirations.

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Kahrie Carter

English

As a Victorian enthusiast, there is no better place for me to study nineteenth-century texts than here. 

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Freya Darbyshire

English

I like how tutors offer to talk over essay ideas before you submit it, to help you get the best grade possible, which is really useful as then mistakes are avoided when writing it up.

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Siti Nur Syazana binti Shahruzzaman

Architecture

The number one reason why I’ve chosen to further my studies in Liverpool is because of its architectural history. It is very impressive how the city is very modern but is still able to uphold its rich architectural heritage such as the Victorian & Georgian architecture.

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Madelyn Walsh

English

I decided to stay in Liverpool purely because of the English department when choosing my MA course!

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Bethany Mallard

Architecture

I find the design modules fun and challenging and I like to learn.

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Kuda Mushangi

Architecture

The ambition the school of architecture has is unmatched by any other in the U.K – and it shows.

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Rebecca Taylor

Architecture

The small tutor groups and 1-on-1 sessions really help the way that I learn. Not to mention the friends that you make from these groups who support you throughout your degree.

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Abbie Spencer

Architecture

I’d definitely like to stay in Liverpool both for my Masters and for work as I think it’s a great city for architecture. Studying here has helped me to develop a wide range of skills and to create a network of contacts within the industry.

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Po Hu

MA Sustainable Heritage Management

I seminars the most, because it makes me feel that my thinking and opinions are meaningful.

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