Mature student Naylah Mahmood Khan gained much more than academic qualifications during three years at the University of Worcester studying for a BA (Hons) in Business, Accountancy and Economics.
"I can sincerely say that the Worcester Business School is a great place to study," said Naylah. "As a mature student, with a young son who is now 5, all staff teaching and non teaching supported me 100% throughout my journey, starting right from the beginning with the helpful and friendly admissions team, who ease all pressures associated with commencing a degree.
"Coming onto the degree programme with no previous academic history in business, it is felt that the degree programme is designed for all levels of students who wish to undertake a degree in the business field. The Business School offers various pathways which enable students to choose specialist subject areas. The courses and assessments all reflect real world business situations which help students prepare for life ahead in the work place.
"The excellent quality of the teaching staff and the resource used helped me to achieve my academic success. The enthusiasm and extensive knowledge of the lecturers in their specific field, truly is reflected in the teaching and gives an enhanced learning environment.
"Over the past three years, it has been a long journey with many highs and lows but at any given time, staff were always on hand to motivate and encourage. Time management is a key skill, especially with many external commitments such as a young family, but I feel that my course enabled me to enhance this valuable skill.
"I am proud to have studied and graduated from the University of Worcester Business School. This institution has given me so much more than a degree and I would highly recommend any prospective students thinking about studying business to take the course at Worcester Business School."
Naylah graduated with a first class honours degree and has now successfully started her accountancy career working for a market leading service provider to the entertainments industry.”