Now: Studying Anthropology at University College London
“At Truro College I studied A Level subjects Archaeology, Classical Civilisation and Medieval History during the day and Anthropology as a 1 year evening course in the first year, alongside singing lessons and swimming membership. Thanks to the continuous support I received from staff, especially all of my lecturers, I gained valuable experiences such as fieldwork in archaeology where I was able to carry out my own field walking project at Watering Lane Nursery, Eden Project, as well as my own ethnographic project which I later supplemented with research from Uganda through one of the college’s Uganda trips.
I was also given the chance to participate in the Corpus Christi Essay Competition where I was very pleased to achieve a High Commendation for my Classical Civilisation essay from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University. This support enabled me to focus my passion for humanities on the study of humanity involving topics such as religion, politics, law, economics, personhood, evolution, human genetics and disease and I haven’t looked back since.
I am currently studying at University College London (UCL) for a BSc degree in Anthropology as well as doing volunteer work at the UCL Ethnographic Collection. “