Adina Bolfa, who graduated with a Masters in Public Health, has been working with people in India as part of an exchange programme through the University.
The 22-year-old now dreams of a career in humanitarian work.
Adina, who came to the UK to study from Gheorgheni, in the Transylvania area of Romania, completed her undergraduate degree at Worcester in Human Nutrition.
She managed her studies alongside paid work and voluntary work, which earned her a Worcester Award from the University, recognising the extra work students do to enhance their employability.
After finishing her Masters, Adina was part of an international exchange between the University of Worcester and a university in India. Alongside three other students, for four weeks she learnt about the different health systems there and promoted public health across many sectors, such as schools.