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18 February 11 studentfocus Viewpoint

Student profiles: Harriet Nakazwe, Zambia

I read about ABE qualifications in our local newspaper and, being an ambitious person, the word ‘Executive’ attracted me! I was keen to study a business course as I come from a technical background.

I feel my ABE qualification has helped me to become a great communicator and presenter. Also, I am able to prepare and interpret financial statements and am a team player.

I have already fulfilled some of my aspirations, as I have recently been promoted, a few months after graduating from Leeds Metropolitan University, and am now an Assistant Airport Manager. I owe it all to ABE as they were the ones who recommended my name to the University.

I have recommended ABE to all my nieces – three of them and friends are already studying ABE programmes.

Donella Clapperton

Top prize winner – IT in Hospitality and Tourism, June 2010 Examination session

Coming from Trinidad and Tobago to further my studies in London has been a good decision – the only better one was doing this ABE TTHM course. I really enjoy the practical, comprehensive yet manageable structure of each module that is relevant to today’s business practices. ABE gives you a wider window of opportunity as you not only learn about your specific field of interest but the whole business side of it, which is valuable. I would advise anyone to do an ABE course. It definitely improves your prospects. After I complete my Advanced Diploma I am determined to obtain a top-up Degree in Travel Tourism and Hospitality Management, another advantage of going the ABE route.

I would advise anyone to do an ABE course

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