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Hiba gets UEL’s new Career Coaching MA to coach fellow students in their careers

12:00 25 January 2014

Hiba Dabis... with a career in career coaching

Hiba Dabis... with a career in career coaching

UEL

Hiba Dabis has just gained a unique MA in career coaching at the University of East London—and is now a university careers advisor.

The Career Coaching MA course she took at UEL’s School of Psychology at Stratford was the first of its kind in Britain.

She has now landed in her first job as a careers consultant at the London School of Economics, advising students on their career choices.

“The best part of the course was helping people make a difference in their lives,” said Hiba.

“My passion is working with students who are just starting out in their careers.

“I can help them make the best career decisions as early as possible.”

Hiba, 31, who lives near Tower Bridge, is continuing as a careers consultant in a university setting, but plans to start her own career coaching practice.

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