Our student success stories: Dwarka Nayak, IndiaBy Anglia Ruskin University Jan 08, 2013 5:33PM UTC
PhD Research scholar
“Previously I have worked with Tribal people in deep forest villages as part of a UK government funded project supporting sustainable livelihood and I realized that I should have deep understanding of real life oriented research skills to analyze the efficiency of such projects and to understand how best to support the vulnerable.
I choose to join the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University because of its innovative vision and mission and expertise in labour history, migration, and social justice. I moved to Cambridge in September 2010 and since have been learning much about the working lives of the ‘precariat’ in the UK and also about the latest research methods.
Anglia Ruskin University has exceeded my expectations in the opportunities it offers to improve students’ knowledge and research skills. Academic staff are understanding of students’ particular needs. They are friendly and happy to help. The university has rich collection of academic of both electronic and paper resources.
Really I would like to suggest Anglia Ruskin University as a good destination for International students.”
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