I was born and raised in Kenya until I was 15 years old. While I lived in Kenya I attended 2 International Schools - Braeburn School and thereafter Hillcrest International School. While at Hillcrest I did international GCSE's in 9 subjects including Maths, English language, English Literature, Biology, Geography, History, Business studies, Art, Food and Nutrition. I left Kenya to attend Sevenoaks School in Kent which was ranked 1st independent secondary school by the independent review in 2012. While at Sevenoaks I took International Baccalaureate (IB) subjects including Higher Level Economics, Geography and English Literature. My standard level subjects included Spanish, Mathematics and Biology. After being accepted into Durham University, University of Bristol, University of Exeter and King's College London, I decided to attend King's College London where I graduated with a 1st class degree.
My first year modules included International Economics; History of the international system; International Relations theory; Conflict and Diplomacy, Contemporary Security Issues. My second year modules include International Political Economy; Global Politics; Statecraft, War and Diplomacy and Foreign Policy Analysis. Third year modules included Public international law, war and international politics in Africa, Nationalism and a 10,000 word dissertation all of which I gained a 1st.
Throughout my education I have received tuition myself in various subjects and I would not be where I am academically if it were not for the different tutors that helped me along the way. For that reason I would like to extend that service and help other students overcome their challenges and excel in their relevant subjects. I believe that through hard work, determination and perseverance that anyone can achieve what they want.
I look forward to helping you move forward on your journery of success!