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Almost coming to the end of my journey of MBA, the last task for me now is my “Dissertation”. Just thinking back of what I am doing last year and realised ……. I have been through a lot of things in these ten months.
I have to admit that being a non-native speaker and having all English course throughout the course is one of my achievement in this year. There are loads of emotions that I have experiences namely the stress that I have got during the group assignment, the proud of myself when I found out that I have passed all the core module exams, and the excited when doing the presentation to the real client.
The key factor to pass this tough experiences is “Time management”, I have scrutinized completely throughout the course that what is the tool that I have used and implemented it the most. Management which is the key element in MBA course has pushed me forward and has been emphasized throughout the course.
Since I like travelling around, studying here has not only given me knowledge, but also given me to exercise my time management skills in travelling around UK and Europe as a gift after finishing the examinations in each semester.
However, all of these experiences will have never been gone through without my lovely classmates and admin staff that help me throughout the course. Last but the least, Glasgow is such a so much fun city that has many activities to be part of. Hopefully that people can come, see, and experience it happening with your own eyes !