Shenaid Tapper

After graduating in 2015 (BSc Planning and Economics), Shenaid now works in the banking sector.

I work in project management at RBS in London, compiling briefings and analysing risks to a scheme, which has provided me with a real insight into this area.

Shenaid Tapper

BSc Planning and Economics (2015)

“The thing that has surprised me most about the workplace was the different career paths people have followed. I've met a really varied group of people that I can learn from.”

Looking to the future, I would like to explore options to work internationally. I miss having all of my friends in one place. Everything I needed was in one place on campus; we're all spread out across the country now.  

At university I developed my communication skills through societies, volunteering and my course, so I was well prepared for meeting new people. The thing that has surprised me most about the workplace was the different career paths people have followed. I've met a really varied group of people that I can learn from.