Russia’s latest secret agent
- Created: Tuesday, 01 March 2016 16:58
Juliana Gamouletskaia explains to Melanie Butler how her experience studying abroad as a child has helped her build a unique service to allow others to follow in her footsteps
JOB SATISFACTION Juliana especially enjoys helping children settle into new schools and seeing them achieving their goals (Courtesy Svetlana Masterova)
Your own background of studying abroad gives you a particular view on the British educational system. How do you know it so well and how does that help your clients?
My first experience of education in the UK was at a summer language school. I then studied for seven years at Westonbirt School [an all-girls boarding school in Gloucestershire, two and a half hours from London by car] from the age of eleven until eighteen.
I obtained top grades upon graduation, four A’s in my A-Level exams. This allowed me to successfully apply to one of the top universities in the UK, the London School of Economics (LSE), to study law for my degree.