I have just finished the Arts and Sciences BASc at UCL, a unique interdisciplinary degree. I am curious to move into the world of work in order to apply and develop my skills within a different framework. I am particularly interested in leadership, consultancy, branding, cross-sector collaboration, and forging a career with tangible social impact. My studies have focused on digital technologies in culture, innovative strategy, literature, and psychology. I am most proud of my dissertation, which - thanks to the intellectual freedom the BASc encouraged - took the form of a psychological exploration of time experience in a piece of literature.
Recently graduated from UCL with first class honours.
• Interviewed and assessed candidates for their Graduate scheme’s selection process. • Articulated company’s message as part of a potential rebrand. Received with praise and consideration. • Managed large data sets on excel from the application process, compiled one page profiles for hundreds of candidates via mail merge. • Co-created a diversity report with focus on social media engagement. • Developed a Personal Development Plan which is now being used in on of their schemes. • Organised summer party and alumni event • Learnt about the strength of collaboration and skills-based leadership from working in a one-programme team. Developed interest in strategy and brand articulation.
• Asked to be a paid seminar leader for first-year BASc undergraduates in the interdisciplinary module ‘Approaches to Knowledge’. • Led and planned bi-weekly lessons on Structuralism, Entropy, Evolution and Fiction for a class of thirteen. • Developed the ability to present complex information in an engaging and clear manner. • Improved confidence in management, leadership, and teaching — positive feedback from students.
• Worked in a small non-hierarchical company in my gap year. • Developed high inter-personal confidence and multitasking abilities. Often required to work in the kitchen and waitress simultaneously. • Took an active engagement in the logistics of running a cafe, like staff training, alongside primary front of house and barista positions. • Learnt how to work in a small dynamic and fast paced team, taking initiative and responsibility for the business’s success.
Barclaycard Presents British Summertime: 08/2013 ? • I assisted with filming the live festival, shadowing the cameraman and moving crowds. ?• I was required to be adaptive and fast thinking, facilitating specific shots and keeping aware of ?potential hazards and hinderances such as the general public and equipment.
The first of its kind in Britain, the BASc is an interdisciplinary degree program which requires students to forge their own innovative and unique pathways. My studies have focused on literature, psychology, digital culture and the future of museums. My dissertation was on Time Experience, and I have created projects on value judgements involved with choosing shoes, how to merge 3D models of visitor's heads in museums, and the ethicacy of digital repatriation.