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Reem Youssri,


25 year old Reem from Sweden completed the LLM in International Business Law with distinction in 2011 and has applied the knowledge gained to her Associate role at the Swedish Tax Office. "Corporate taxation law is such a vital part to the work of a corporate lawyer, yet the majority of young corporate lawyers are not deeply familiar with taxation law, resulting in many lawyers and law firms looking to accountants for help. My current role provides me with a great advantage when going back to practicing corporate law. One of the key skills I learnt at LSBF was the ability to be completely independent and challenge myself. In the final coursework for each module we had the chance to research and choose the topic we were interested in (pursuant to an approval). In order to find a good legal issue suitable for LLM coursework one has to understand the law and how to use it. Moreover, one learns to be independent, analytical, organised and confident, skills which are essential when practicing law." What did you enjoy about most about your course? "We were a select number of people compared to other universities, which allowed one the get the most out of the lectures and seminars and maintained a friendlier relationship with the professors. Also, it made it easier for the course leaders to accommodate any issues. There was always the feeling of being part of a team with the professors rather than them being superior to the students."

More student testimonials

Carolina Duran Silva

Carolina Duran Silva, Mexico

Carolina Duran Silva is studying full-time for an MBA. She is still working on her dissertation, but has already started work as Finance Controller for Nestle's Nespresso brand in Mexico. She credits her LSBF experience with helping her develop the negotiation skills she uses daily in a global company.

Alexandra Mezhonova

Alexandra Mezhonova, Russia

MBA graduate Alexandra is a great example of hard-working professional with a high-flying career. Still in her early 20s, she works as an online marketing project manager for high fashion brands in Forward 3D, one of the biggest digital marketing agencies in the UK.

Danilo Mura

Danilo Mura, Italy

Danilo Mura, an Italian Masters in Business (MIB) GGSB student, and one of the youngest members of the L’Oreal Italia sales team, has used his experience of studying at LSBF’s uniquely international and multi-cultural school to help boost his current role in a global organisation.

Naz Büke Günay

Naz Büke Günay, Turkey

Naz Büke Günay, is a Turkish MBA UoW student, who has found that studying abroad at LSBF has given her the confidence she needed to succeed in her financial career – she is currently an Associate at PWC.

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