Kenneth Nalletamby

Kenneth-nalletamby

MA International Hospitality Management

 With the enormous task of opening a 64-bedroom hotel in his home country of the Seychelles in 2018, the forecast is looking bright for Kenneth.

Describing UCB’s thriving international student body as “as close to the united Nations as you can get”, he said the University had kept him moving towards his dream role.

“Breaking boundaries and showcasing my beautiful home country and its people is my passion,” he said. “UCB has helped to keep that fire burning.”

One of the reasons Kenneth chose to study at UCB was because he felt the application process and support was efficient and humane.

“The International Admissions Officer was a wonderful first point of contact and gave me the impression that this institution was on top of their game,” he said. “I was also encouraged by the teaching and assessment styles I had read about in the prospectus.

“The course has all been so positive. Everyone I have interacted with has made it their mission to make my studies a success, both through their approachability and their dedication. The internationality of the student population deserves a final ‘wow’, as close to the United Nations as you can get!

“I started my dissertation on the Human Capital feeling it was a daunting task. I was, however, confident that my tutors prepared me as best they could, my dissertation supervisor being accessible and supportive throughout.

“I would recommend this course to anyone going into this area because each module has been specially designed to be industry relevant. Ultimately, you need to choose to study something you are excited about, learning and growing first so you can excel at whatever drives you when you finally come to graduate.” 

 

I would recommend this course to anyone going into this area because each module has been specially designed to be industry relevant. Ultimately, you need to choose to study something you are excited about, learning and growing first so you can excel at whatever drives you when you finally come to graduate.

Kenneth Nalletamby
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