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Hello, I'm new. :)

Postby Carol Ferndale » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 05:53:34 -0500


I'm Carol, and I'm from England, and studying in England. So hang on, I'm not really an international student, am I? Well no, but I might be in the future, if I go on to do post-grad stuff overseas. Also, I have actually studied abroad already - Japanese in Japan, and French in France! I've also taught international students at Leeds Metropolitan University, as my former career was as an English teacher.

After a career working in Japan, Sweden and the Middle East, I decided on a complete change of direction, took three more A levels, and now I am doing MPhys at the University of Leeds. I have just completed my second year, and I am really enjoying it. It is a four year course.
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Postby cooldude955 » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 12:33:15 -0500

Im new too :)
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Postby yomuzoku » Mon, 22 Aug 2016 02:09:16 -0500

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