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Working with students, acquiring important skills outside university

Interview with Thomas (Noddy) Naudi, Vice President of ASCS

Noddy Naudi

Life doesn’t have to revolve around university when you’re a student. There are many more things to do with your tie besides sweating over exams. For example, learn a few soft skills by being involved in students’ organizations, just like Noddy.

His work with students, organizational skills, and ability to cope with extra work and studying evidently pays off. Hear what Noddy has to say about working with students, traveling abroad and learning by spending time with different cultures and people. 

About Noddy
Age: 20
Qualifications: 
Currently studying management and marketing, 3rd year BA  in Commerce at the University of Malta

At the time of the interview Noddy’s extra curricular work was mainly on AIESEC. Since publication of this video he was elected as the vice president of ASCS. 

Useful links:
http://www.ascsmt.org
http://www.aiesecmalta.org 

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