Jinho Clement
Jinho comes from Sabah in Malaysian Borneo and has been living in Britain since he began reading Law at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in 2010.

He currently serves as Chair for iCUSU (Cambridge University Students’ Union International). This committee seeks to promote the well being of international students, connect Cambridge students from all over the world and improve access for applicants globally.

Jinho also writes a personal blog where he reflects on his travels, education and constantly evolving experiences: www.jinhoclement.blogspot.com.

Blog Entries by Jinho Clement

Why We Might Want to Invite Marine Le Pen to Cambridge

(11) Comments | Posted 15 February 2013 | (09:58)

An international student's response to Conrad Landin's question in The Guardian.

Up till two days ago, I did not know who Marine Le Pen was. I knew that France had a surprisingly popular ring-wing extremist in their presidential elections, but I was not familiar with her name. All...

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Re-Fresher: 3 Tips for the Early Days of Studying Abroad

(0) Comments | Posted 3 October 2012 | (20:51)

The initial days and weeks of university life are incredibly hectic, and one barely has the time to think about them until they are over. Looking back, here are three thoughts incoming students may find helpful:

1. Intentionally Balance
I came to the UK all set on exploring...

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