Student and author, Charly Ngouh, talks of his experience studying a degree at GSM London and his motivation to continue writing after graduating.
An Interview with Charly Ngouh
Charly Ngouh was born in Cameroon and moved to the UK in 2001, with an aim to make it his home, and he is currently studying Travel and Tourism at GSM London. We were delighted to speak to Charly about his recently published book, How I Won My War, and how his studies at GSM London have encouraged him to keep on writing.
Tell us about your book. What is it about and what can we expect from it?
“My book is all about my own life experiences – from the circumstances of my birth and the relationship I have with my parents, to my service in the British Army and my struggles in British society as an immigrant. It’s all in there.”
Why did you choose GSM London as your place of study?
“It reflected the learning environment that I believe was most conducive to my studies. GSM London’s multi-cultural aspect was really appealing to me and played a great role in influencing my choice.”
Did you find anything special about GSM London?
“Yes. Unlike many other educational institutions, it has developed the unique ability to adapt quickly to students from very varied backgrounds.”
What do you find most interesting about your course?
“I think its best aspect is the potential that the course provides, in terms of the application of its teachings in the real world. This was always really important to me.”
Describe your classroom experience. What did you like about it?
“Our classes were always entertaining and lively. If I had to describe GSM London in 3 words, I would call it welcoming, understanding and adaptable.”
What do you think about the facilities and teaching?
“Throughout the time I have been here it has improved, and I know it will only continue to do so.”
What are your plans after graduating?
“GSM London has really inspired me to keep writing in the future. After graduating, I want to continue to share my message with the world, and to make an impact on the lives of as many people as possible around the world.”