"My New Life at HSE University"
It is impossible to overstate how exciting it is to get accepted to study abroad. For many students who wish to pursue their academic objectives in an international setting, it is a realization of a dream. Students who have the chance to study abroad have the ability to broaden their perspectives, be exposed to different ideas and cultures, and develop the skills necessary to succeed in a globally interconnected society. Interview with Benedict Obeng, who won admission to the program "Population and Development"
Benedict Obeng, a recent Ghanaian university graduate, is one of those students who won admission to a program of his dreams abroad. Benedict has dedicated himself to achieving his academic objectives since he has always been passionate about pursuing a career in the field of public policy. He received a letter of acceptance from HSE University in Russia, offering him a spot to study population and development under the social science umbrella. His diligence paid off.
Benedict is thrilled to have the chance to study abroad and is looking forward to getting to know a new academic and cultural setting, meeting new people, establishing new friends, and picking the brains of some of the top social scientists. Benedict is ready to apply all his experience despite the difficulties that come with studying abroad, such as adjusting to a new culture, language, and way of life. He is sure that going to HSE in Russia will enable him to gain the expertise and information he needs to succeed in his industry and realize his professional goals. Today we will tell you about the experience of Benedict's admission to the HSE and discuss the expectations associated with the educational process.
I can't even begin to convey how thrilled and appreciative I am to have been accepted into a program at one of Russia's best universities that I have been vying for. It has taken a long time and a lot of effort to get here, but the journey has been worthwhile. I have always been interested by the world outside of my own ever since I was a young child. I was always interested in discovering new languages, civilizations, and lifestyles. My desire to learn more about the world around me only grew as I got older, and I was certain that I wanted to pursue a career that would enable me to travel and experience everything the world had to offer. I thought the population and development degree at HSE University was the ideal chance for me as soon as I learned about it. It would provide me the opportunity to study something I am genuinely passionate about, get to know individuals from all over the world, and immerse myself in a new culture. I didn't let the drawn-out and demanding application process stop me. I put forth a lot of effort to make sure my grades were excellent and that my application was as solid as it could be. I was overjoyed to find the acceptance letter in my inbox when I opened my email.
Now, as I get ready to start this new trip, I'm feeling a mix of excitement and trepidation. I am prepared to meet the obstacles that lie ahead even though I am aware of them. I can not wait to study with my teachers, socialize with my classmates, and see everything my new home has to offer. I am also appreciative of my family and friends' encouragement and support. I could not have gotten this far without their love and encouragement. I will sum up by saying that I am pleased to have been accepted into the program I have been wanting to study at HSE University. I am prepared to begin this new phase of my life with an open mind and a desire to develop. Although I am aware that there will be ups and downs along the path, I am prepared to confront them all and emerge from the experience stronger.
The author: Thomas Coleman