I am currently the State Minister of Finance and Economic Planning in the State of Eastern Equatoria, Republic of South Sudan.
by Hon. Sam Felix Makuja
I shall use the knowledge that I’ve got here to change the lives of other people.
by Constance Nyamikola
After completing my study at Graduate School of Education, I got an opportunity to work for an international NGO in South Sudan and for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
by Momoko Muramatsu
I especially enjoyed the first part of the MEd that allowed me as a current practitioner to reflect on and extend the understanding of my work in terms of current theories in psychology.
by Catherine Kimaro
The University of Bristol is the best choice for students from developing countries, like me, as it equips them with the real skills required to develop their countries.
by Peter Vuni
My proudest achievement has been contributing to Kenya’s new constitution through my research on Free Primary Education Policy.
by Kenneth Kipruto Chelimo
It took a long time, but I eventually got there.
by Jane Canning