Yi Liu

Yi Liu
Country
China
Graduated from
South China Agricultural University

Yi Liu is 25 and studying in the Institute for Media and Creative Industries. Yi graduated from South China Agricultural University.

I have broadened my network and enrich my CV, as a result, I get a better preparation for my future work

Why Loughborough University London?

Loughborough University is ranked in the top 50 in the world in the media and communications area and London, in my opinion, is the best place in the world to study and work.

What have you most enjoyed about your programme so far?

The collaborative project is great for allowing us to work alongside other students from other faculties whilst dealing with a real world business case.

What attracted you to the programme?

In our institute, we have a world leading academic staff, including Professor Graham Murdock and Professor William Grantham.

What do you think of the building?

I like it a lot, a suggestion, maybe we can build a thrilling slide from the third floor to ground floor...?!

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

I may work in the UK or in China. I hope to make some interesting mobile internet products, enjoying the line of work that I am in.

What advice would you give to prospective students looking to study at Loughborough University London?

For international students, it is important to prepare everything in advance to ensure a wonderful experience here. Your life will be quite fulfilling, so preparation is important- and the most important thing is to keep working on your English.

What were your expectations from this role before you became an ambassador?

Working experience with university colleagues, making more friends, networking with our rich alumni resources.

What kind of roles and events were you involved with as a student ambassador?

As a student rep of our university to help others at campus events, like opening days.

What was the best thing about being a student ambassador?

Meeting various interesting people.

How do you think this role has helped you?

I have broadened my network and enrich my CV, as a result, I get a better preparation for my future work.

Describe what it is like to be a student ambassador in one word

Passion.

How did you find balancing your role with other commitments such as your studies and social life?

Time management is an important skill. Usually, I would make a plan or schedule in my notebook.