Meet our New Students – Julius Talavou

March 4, 2018

Tell us a little bit about yourself…

I’m the eldest of six siblings and I love to build and create new things. I like to keep
myself active by playing hockey and like to go to church


Why did you choose to apply for the Keystone Study Award?

I chose Keystone because of the vast variety of people you get to meet of their past
experiences that they have had with the same area of study.


What excites you most about your chosen area of study?

The calculating and estimating


Why did you decide to take up qualifications in the property sector?

I chose this qualification because I wanted to do something different family


What are you looking forward to the most in your study and time with Keystone?

Meeting new people and learning of the experiences and absorb as much
knowledge as possible


Where do you see yourself in 10 years time?

I see myself as a Quantity Surveyor working for a firm and also gain a lot of
experience and hopefully traveled the world.


One interesting fact about you?

I’m a fan of Lebron James and Lavar Ball

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