Harneesh Kaur Sahni

Harneesh chose to study at Loughborough University London due to its renowned student experience and high rankings in national league tables.

Prior to studying Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management MSc, Harneesh studied an undergraduate degree in Commerce (Financial Market) from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai. 

What were you doing before you started your master’s?

I was pursuing my undergraduate degree in Commerce (Financial Market) from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai.

Why did you choose Loughborough University London?

When looking for a University, I felt that student satisfaction was really important which I found Loughborough being 1stplace in the 2018 Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey. I was also totally inclined when I saw the Collaborative project programme which was a great platform to compile the theoretical knowledge into a practical experience.

What’s your favourite thing about Loughborough University London?

I love the entrepreneurial whirlpool in Loughborough University London. When I joint the University I knew I had a deep passion about the subject but looking at the fellow classmates zest and the environment around I was motivated to think out of the box, now I’m almost a graduate with a business idea.

What helped you choose Loughborough University London?

I did a lot of research online. As well as this, I was  moved when a Student Ambassador from the University had called me to give me information about the University and helped answer any queries.

How have you funded your studies?

I took out a loan to fund my studies.

What do you enjoy the most about your course?

I love the Family Business module. 

Describe what it is like to be a postgraduate student and how this differs from being an undergraduate.

Doing a postgraduate degree requires a lot of determination, hard-work and passion.

Describe a day in the life of a postgraduate student on your course

An average day would include attending my classes (lecturers, seminars or tutorials), as well as doing a little bit of coursework or group work after. The day would end at Canalside with a bite to eat or a drink.

Where do you see your career in 5 years’ time?

I hope to see myself continuing being really passionate towards women in entrepreneurship. I see myself as an established business woman in India.

How do you like to spend your time away from your studies?

I like to spend time with my friends and read. I also love to explore London!

 

If you could give one piece of advice to a postgraduate student, what would it be?

Follow your heart and your passion. Always trust your own gut. Things will work out because they always have.