In my school I attended manymanagement-related courses, including Computer Science and Information Management,Introduction to Management that sparked an interest in me which other subjectscouldn’t. During my four years of high school I had a positive attitude anddeveloped good relationships with both classmates and teachers. Perhaps mostimportantly, during my time in the school, I came across many of my classmateswho were finding it hard to tackle personal and professional situations. Becauseof this, I grew patient and tolerant in demanding and frustrating situations.Apart from working to help people in need, we also had opportunities forself-reflection and growth, such as when we had disagreements with our benchmates and members in the project team.
In these situations, it was importantthat I have patience and communicate clearly to mediate arguments and resolveconflicts which I did not fail to practice. My work has provided me withvaluable knowledge and experience that will be of great use in my futuremanagement-related work, where such communication skills are vital to success.I’m particularly inclined to study at UKdue to its good graduate employment rates as well as its high studentsatisfaction level. As a child I always wanted to go to a different country andstudy as I feel that it makes a person more confident of himself and makes himindependent and strong enough to tackle real life problems.
An academic student today is just as likely to work with a fellowstudent with same interests halfway around the world as she is to team up withsomeone down the hall. Ideas are as oblivious to national borders just likehip-hop and smart phone apps but what one cannot learn in one’s own country isanother country’s culture and that is exactly what I wish to imbibe in mypersonality as it will give me more than one perspective on things which isvital for my individual growth and will help me gain an edge over mycompetition. Studying in UK also attracts me because ofthe university’s friendly atmosphere and incredible teaching methods and athing I cannot stop admiring is how well spoken and sophisticatedly dressed thepeople are.