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Course: Actuarial Maths and Statistics
Level: Alumni 2012
Hometown: Algiers, Algeria
Other information: I came to university after taking a gap year. I am a member of the Palestinian Society (political cause) and the skydiving society. I did a placement year in which I worked as an engineer for IBM. This helped me develop my skills; gain a lot of experience and an understanding of w...read more
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What I will miss about Kingston
Posted 15 Oct 2014 by Renai
It's amazing how fast the last three years went by! Although I am excited about this new chapter in ...
Mobile apps that make life easier at University - Blackboard, KU App and Microsoft Office
Posted 10 Oct 2014 by Nicola Elizabeth
Whether it's for your smart phone or tablet, here's my guide to which apps make university easier an...
How things changed in my first, second and third year - Looking back at my time studying, living and hanging out in Kingston
Posted 8 Oct 2014 by Teddy (Teodora)
I used to get annoyed at all those people saying how my three years at uni would fly by. And then so...