Why did you choose to study at UEL?
I choose to study at UEL because it's multicultural blend is a fundamental part of my personal development and relationship skills which I was looking forward to developing on an international level.

What is your one special memory of your time at UEL?
The opportunity to run for the Education officer position which was a time I discovered another side of myself which I may have never discovered anywhere else.

What have you done since graduating from UEL?
I've been opportune to speak on sustainable development goals and how they impact good health and well-being. I currently work as a program Manager.

What is your current job role? And what does it involve?
I currently work as a program Manager for a sustainable development company in Nigeria and I've been able to take on several roles that advocate towards the accomplishment of the SDGs.

How did UEL help you get to where you are now?
UEL helped me to realize I could be whatever or whoever I choose to be provided I put in the right effort and trust God for the best.

What advice would you give your younger self?
You can do it just believe in yourself.

What advice would you give to UEL current students preparing to graduate?
Although graduation may seem like eternity, make the best possible use of everyday you spend at UEL either as little as meeting people or even as great as taking up mentorship roles within the school.

Tell us something about yourself that most people don’t know:
I love dancing and watching movies a lot.

If you were to do it all again, would you still choose UEL?
Definitely again and again.

Temitayo Sodunke

Temitayo Sodunke

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