August 2014 | Alumni Profiles
There is a distinctly Scottish feel to this month's profiles including a whisky ambassador, a Bannockburn battlemaster and an alumnus who is learning to play the clàrsach.
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A part time bar job and carefully chosen dissertation topic led Georgie to a high flying career as a luxury malts ambassador.
Dining with Nobel prize winners and learning judo were some of Hamish Long’s highlights from his time at university.
Mature student Elizabeth Smith on why looking back isn’t an option and the value of stepping outside your comfort zone.
Kirsten Smith tells us why passion and having a clear idea of your own values are the most important ingredients for a fulfilling career.
Volunteering whilst at university steered David away from his intended career path in international relations to his dream job as ‘battlemaster’ with the National Trust.
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