I went to Nottingham where I got to study for a semester one of the best law universities in England. It's good to break up a long degree with some travel. I had an amazing time – it was one of the best experiences of my life.
Lots of my friends are off on exchanges at the moment. There are heaps of opportunities to travel for sports and competitions, or as part of certain courses. Plus there are all the international students who come here to UC. The international opportunities are prolific.
One cool thing I've been involved with is Engineers without Borders. It’s an engineering aid organisation at UC that's part of a larger national group with a mission to connect, educate and empower people through humanitarian engineering.
I had a mentor when I first started. She talked to me about university life and showed me all the different clubs. That’s how I found out about volunteering. The lecturers are also very friendly. You can talk about study or about life in general.
I know that I'm going to get four years of very good education, taught by world leading researchers in the field. You learn how to problem-solve and work in a team – and you learn not to panic when you get given a problem you don't understand! The programme sets you up really well for your career.