Life in Cambridge
First of all, let me tell how my journey in Cambridge started. I began living in Cambridge at the age of 10, I moved here with my family from Bangladesh. Moving to a new place is always tough, you don’t know the place, the people or its culture. Everything felt so different. All it takes is time though, in time I learnt more about my local area, the society, the language and I blended in.
I’ve now been living in Cambridge for 15 years and it’s now where I call home! It’s a lovely city with so much to do – a great (but not too big) city centre, museums and plenty of surrounding historic villages and towns. I’ve met so many new people from so many different backgrounds and cultures whilst living here.
I completed school in Cambridge and then went on to successfully complete a degree at Anglia Ruskin University. My experience of studying taught me so much and I’m now pleased to be part of Cambridge Ruskin International College, working as an intern – my first full time job since graduation and I’ve learnt so much and met so many new people.
So if you are thinking of coming to Cambridge to study then come! It’s a great place and I’m sure you’ll find plenty of opportunities to get involved and meet new people just as I did all those years ago!
BA (Hons) Business Management