This month we catch up with Enas Abu-Qudais.
I was at Kingston University from 2010 to 2011, studying the Marketing MA.
Kingston was one of my top choices. I had been recommended the University by a number of different people. I actually met one of the staff, Janice Halsey, at a recruitment fair in Jordan where I'm from. Janice encouraged me to choose Kingston Business School as it's one of the best in the UK. The location of Kingston was also perfect for me to live and study, especially as I wanted a place not far away from central London.
LRC, friends, unforgettable.
No I unfortunately haven't been back yet, but I am planning to visit soon!
I did, however, recently meet up with, and help, the Kingston International student recruitment team at a fair in Jordan. I was quizzed by potential students on what it's really like to study at Kingston.
Yes some of my best friends are those I lived and studied with at Kingston.
I expected to work in a good company with a good position and a good salary which I am doing now – however perhaps not in the time I had expected.
I also expected to stay in touch with Kingston University and I'm very happy that I'm still doing it. I'm currently working with the team to organise an informal reunion for Kingston alumni in Jordan – I don't have an exact date yet but it'll hopefully be in November. Keep a look out on the alumni events pages over the next few months!
I would consider my masters degree from Kingston my greatest achievement.
Always follow what you think it is the best for you, and never underestimate your capabilities. If you have the will, you will get the way!
I'm always laughing! But I think it was my eight-year-old cousin – she is smart and far ahead of her age and always trying to negotiate on topics.
Leaving all work behind including phone calls and emails, and staying at a quiet and peaceful faraway island.
I couldn't choose one person! There are so many people I would like to spend my final days with.
I'd take a book on how to build a raft so I can get off the island and spend my final days with all the people I love – is that cheating?
I hate coffee and Arabic sweets.
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