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Kritika Rai's Q-Step internship experience while studying at UCL | Case study

By Nuffield Foundation

Social science student Kritika Rai talks about her Q-Step internship experience while studying at UCL’s Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care


BSc Population Health
University College London


I thought it would be really interesting to take what I’m learning in lectures and seminars and see if could apply those skills in the real world.” Kritika Rai, Q-Step student
By Nuffield Foundation

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