What are you doing now and where?
I’m currently a sophomore in Newcastle University (UK). My major is Food Marketing and Nutrition. I still can't believe I made it to my first choice because the entry requirement was pretty high as it is one of the top schools for my course.
Do you feel that BVIS prepared you well for your academic and work career?
I was lucky enough to be in an environment with high quality teachers and facilities that assisted me in my study. I want to give credit especially to my form teachers, who had been helping me patiently when I was making my way to university.
What do you miss most about the BVIS?
I definitely miss my classmates and teachers. We had a very small class so we bonded really really well. Our common room is a place full of good memories. The teachers were always more than happy to answer any questions we had.
What skills did you learn at BVIS that you found helpful in your ‘life after BVIS’?
My confidence was boosted after leaving BVIS because I’ve developed some personal skills to better myself. I learned teamwork and presentation skills through many group projects we had. I learned to develop personal opinions because individuality was very much encouraged. I learned leadership through many events in school where us 6th formers were trusted to lead. All of these things have been helping me in my university life and certainly will later on in the far future.