Alumni ambassadors at UNMC Open Day Carnival
Annaam Butt and Arushi Gupta are Nottingham alumni who returned back to Malaysia Campus as ambassadors to meet parents and potential students and share their experience of their time at the University.
The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus hosted the Open Day Carnival on 14 March 2015. The event brought friends and family to discuss their future opportunities with the University.
From left: Alumna Annaam, Alumna Arushi Gupta
Annaam graduated from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2013 and is now an IT consultant, while Arushi graduated from the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering in 2014 and is now a web designer.
“It feels so good to come back to the one place where I enjoyed myself learning and growing. Here, I received world class education in a diverse environment in which my personality and confidence developed in many ways”, said Annaam, from Pakistan.
“When I was a kid, I have travelled and studied in many different schools because my family was involved in a business that took us across to many parts of the world, however the experience and education that I have received here is unparalleled to any”, said Arushi, from India.
Professor Graham Kendall, Vice Provost (Research and Knowledge Transfer) delivered the University’s vision, aspiration and objectives for friends and family to select the best career paths to suit their interest and capabilities.
The event included fun-filled activities, campus tours and talks by academics.