Lyndsey Sterritt

Country of origin: United Kingdom

Enterprise and Work Related Learning Adviser, CEEC, Lancaster University

I loved the MSc in E-Business and Innovation. It gave me a platform upon which to get deeper into subjects that I had found enjoyable and interesting during my undergraduate degree.

I also enjoyed the freedom that study at Masters level gave me, especially when writing the dissertation part of the programme. I feel that I grew and developed during the course in ways that have shaped my future in a positive way.

EBIN will be a year that I will never forget. Without realising it, the impact of EBIN ran deeper than the academic study. I left the course with a group of friends from around the world that I had become very close to during the course. It was fascinating to learn about and share our cultural differences. You’d be amazed how well Victoria sandwich cake works with Chinese New Year dumplings!

Now I am an Enterprise and Work Related Learning Adviser at CEEC, the careers service at Lancaster University. I liaise with graduate employers to run courses and events for students at the University, focusing on employability skills. I feel that studying on my Masters programme has equipped me with the skills I need to do this job well.