Waseelah Al-Khafaji

Country: Iraq
Sector: Other Industries
Job title: Marketing Executive
Subject of study: International Management
Year of graduation: 2015
Type/Level of study: Post graduate

Current Employer/Organisation Name

Al Masaood LLC

What have you been doing since leaving Exeter, and what are you doing now?

I’ve been working in the marketing & communications field.

Why did you choose this career? And what do you enjoy most about your work?

I enjoy working on multi-National brands with team members from different locations across the world.

Please tell us if you were a member of any societies, groups or sports clubs?

Ladies football club and Folk Society.

What did you enjoy most about your programme and what was the biggest highlight?

Meeting students from all over the world and learning from them.

What did you enjoy most about studying here?

Amazing campus, amazing professors and amazing atmosphere.

Why did you choose to study at Exeter?

It’s top 10 universities in the UK.

What skills and experiences have been most useful for your career?

All skills acquired during my studies in Exeter.

What advice would you give to a current student who wishes to pursue your career?

Make the most out of the university’s resources and library. Specially the e-library.

What are your plans for the future?

Continue my PHD.


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