What/when did you study at Durham?
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics degree from 2011-2014
What are you doing now?
I’m a Government Consultant on the Graduate Program at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
What does your job involve?
Being a consultant at PwC involves plenty of research, report writing, networking, and on the job learning. Working with the Government team makes me feel quite fulfilled as our work indirectly changes the lives of the citizens and residents living in the Middle Eastern countries we work with.
How did your time at Durham help you to succeed?
Being surrounded by a body of motivated, determined men and women made me want to do the best I could. The desire for success is contagious at Durham and I’m very glad I had three great years to learn as much as I possibly could from the people around me.
What advice would you give to current students?
Don’t let your degree get in the way of your education. Try new activities, go to the talks and debates that Durham’s societies organise. Be confident in who you are but be open to learning new things and self-discovery. Only then will you find what will make you truly happy!
Any other information you want to provide?
Don’t sell your soul to your employer. A healthy work-life balance keeps your mind, body, and soul healthy too!