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Study-abroad specialist. Education at the University of Oxford & worked at Harvard and MIT
After a short stint working at a Harvard/MIT/Stanford startup company in the USA, I started my PhD at the University of Oxford in 2015. I am inspired by helping every student realise his or her dreams. When I'm not doing research, I love studying foreign languages, mountain climbing and scuba diving.
M.Sc. in Linguistics, Paris Institute of Political Studies (Po)
As an admissions officer for the leading British Masterâ€™s programmes, I was handling about 20 applications from students all over the world every day. Every time sending a long-awaited admission letter I kept thinking that someoneâ€™s dream had just come true. Now when I know exactly what is needed to succeed in the application process to the best universities of the world, I am inspired to share my experience with those who believe that a high-quality education is a life-changing opportunity.