MEc, PhD student of economics, Lincoln University of New Zealand
"Education to me is like a light, showing how to build people’s future. It is helpful to get you started, and also helps you advance in your future."
Samantha E. BA(Hons) English Literature (1st Class), Victoria University of Wellington
"I was surprised at the number of times a student is capable and showing great work, but lacks confidence in their abilities - being able to rebuild their confidence through reassurance is very fulfilling."
BEng Aerospace and Mechanical, University of Adelaide
"Helping students connect the dots and make the next leap in their understanding is a rewarding experience. Being a specialist with Studiosity is a great platform that allows me to give back to the education system that got me where I am today. This job has also showed me that you never stop learning!"
Shihabul B. ME, University of Manchester, UK
"Working with Studiosity is indeed an enriching experience, and I really love imparting knowledge. I am able to reach a broader student population that would not have been otherwise possible. Interacting with students from different parts of the country or the world is an extremely unique and rewarding experience."
MA, University of Natal (KwaZulu-Natal)
"Initiatives like Studiosity make us realise that everyone is actually so much the same, wherever we
are in the world - and that we all have so much to offer each other."
Emmylou P. BA(Hons) Psych, University of South Africa
"It is meaningful to me to be able to work with young people, and have an impact on their academic careers. I would like to think that I play a small, but important part in equipping them with language/academic skills that will serve them well both personally and professionally."
Double degree management & law, University of South Australia
"I love working for Studiosity because when I sit down to work, I leave having made a real difference, to actual people. Helping people out on their educational journey is something that really means something to me. It’s a tough job, but it’s definitely rewarding!"
MSc Mechatronics, King's College London, PhD student, University of Calgary
"I think education is food for the mind. Just like we have to nurture and feed our bodies with good, healthy food, I believe we need to take care of our minds as well. And since we don't stop eating simply because we've spent the last 20 years or so eating, I believe we shouldn't stop feeding our minds, irrespective of how old we are, or how much we already know."
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Ethan is one of our English specialists
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With so much curiosity about our service, we hosted a live, on-stage, no-holds-barred Q&A session.