Studying for a BA in Theology.
Participated in case-study exercises including role-plays enacting a law firm deciding whether to set up a law firm in India and a game in which we had to decide whether one juice company should take over another. We were also given presentations on what it was like to work in a corporate law firm as well as opportunities to speak to current trainees.
Conducted market research into various industries, such as the Food and Drink industry as well as small companies attitudes to changes in red-tape at the time, which was used for live pitches. I also worked on the development of CPB’s new brand image in 2015.
Selected for this competitive program run by Morgan Stanley from a pool of 900 candidates for 90 young women. The program aims to support women in the workplace. Attendees learned about the challenges that fact women in banking and were equipped with experience to overcome them, including giving presentations in teams on product developed during the program.
I took my A levels here, which are listed below in awards and achievements. I was also a Monitor (part of the head boy and girl team) as well as a Peer Supporter, for which I was awarded a Prize. In my final year at school I won the 6th form Spanish Prize for best performing Spanish student, and was also runner-up in the Philosophy competition, for which I wrote an essay on the Panopticon.
I took my GCSE exams here, the results of which are listed below in awards and achievements. I was part of the netball team, played in the basketball team which competed in the London Youth Games, representing the City of London for the first time. In my final year there, I was house charity coordinator, responsible for leading 200 girls to raise money for the Make-a-Wish foundation by designing and selling t-shirts for leavers that was in line with ‘City Galdem’, their ‘leaving theme’.
Currently coordinator for Jacari mothers
Responsible for a team that implements better recycling and food waste in college, runs fundraisers to finance the society and raises awareness of environmental issues through hosting speakers and screening documentaries. Currently leading the college in the Oxbridge
A Levels- A*- Spanish and Religious Studies A- Maths, Economics, Portuguese GCSEs- A*- Maths, English Language, English Literature, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Chemistry A- History
I was elected for this position in my first term at university, which is significant as it is rare for someone to take on this role in their first year. I was in charge of a budget of