November 2012 | Alumni Profiles
This month's selection includes a lot of love for the city of Edinburgh. The Meadows in summer, the views from Arthur's Seat and Calton Hill and the first impressions that led to further exploration by way of the University.
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Li-San Chan, Chief Operating Officer at KPMG China Consulting, talks us through her globe trotting career since graduating in 2004, and how the University Careers Service helped her translate skills into opportunities.
New York based Economist Allison Schrager talks about the challenges of being a foreign student and the value in studying a subject that excites and inspires.
Erasmus exchange alumna and current PhD student Justine Seran explains what drew her back to Edinburgh and why university life is worth cherishing.
New York based alumnus James Thomas tells us about his various Edinburgh loves, including the Meadows in summer, the views from Calton Hill and the eccentric Dr Victor Rothwell.
Retired further education specialist Anne West chats about working with young people, grabbing every opportunity and James Robertson Justice and his mini.
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