I found out about the British University Study (BUS) workshop held almost 2 years ago after seeing a poster in my high-school, “Gheorghe Lazar” National College, and it seemed like a good idea to check it out as I wanted to study in England since the 9th grade.
Back then, I joined the workshop convinced that I wanted to study Psychology. Also, at that time I discovered Lancaster University from a brochure and I was attracted to their Marketing & Psychology course. As it isn’t a popular degree and not many universities offer it, I decided to apply to a straight Marketing degree.
Another reason why I chose Marketing N500 is a book Simon lent me, called “Why we buy”. From that moment, I was fascinated by consumer behavior.
The support from Simon was incredible, as he made sure my personal statement was perfect, offered advice, kept in touch with the universities as well as with my teachers and basically was there for any query I had. Another thing worth to mention was the invaluable help I received when it came to dealing with some difficulties with my offers, as some of the universities required Maths in the Bacalaureat, although I studied in an unman profile. Of course, Simon resolved this issue in a short time.
All in all, I am extremely happy with my family’s decision to apply in England with Albion International.