The school of my dreams resides in the melting pot of the world 's most sophisticated theories and ideas - New York City. Compared to the institute I am enrolled in now, New York University would provide me many opportunities to become exposed to different cultures and ideologies given the diversity of New York University’s students and New York City’s population. New York University would further expose me to diversity and submerge me in creativity and individuality that cities such as New York City thrive on. My focus as an International Business Student would greatly benefit from these aspects of New York University as I hope to work in future environments where I am constantly introduced to, and interacting with people from all backgrounds.
Do you think college is worth its cost? In an everyday society technology is changing every minute. College education will make sure that young adults are prepared for the new world and the challenges of working and being responsible citizens. Learning is always worthwhile. According to Rebecca Mead, staff writer for The New Yorker, college teaches students, "to nurture critical thought; to expose individuals to the signal accomplishments of humankind; to develop in them an ability not just to listen actively but to respond intelligently;" all of which "are habits of mind…from which a letter carrier, no less than a college professor, might derive a sense of self-worth."
Overall, going to Rutgers University would give me a great opportunity to be successful in the future. In summary, Rutgers University would be the best college for me. For example, Rutgers excels in the major that I am going into. Also, it’s prime location allows me to stay on campus or commute from home.
The KEEPS mission statement Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus School of Education addresses some of the most important ideas regarding education in communities today. As a student in a mastery level how can I better, prepare myself to become an educator for the generation to come. How might I educate my students to be college readiness and prepare them for the world of institutions? Class TAL 830 allows me as an educator to bring to the classroom experience and knowledge in the urban schools in New York City. Essential I have gain a lot of experience thought out these few weeks in this urban setting.
The main reason I am attending college, is to obtain my degree and start working in a profession that I enjoy and exceed in. I am looking forward to finally being in a place where I am happy to be. Where I feel I can contribute and be heard. To have a voice, and to have people really hear you is a great feeling. Even better when it helps others and helps you to feel better about yourself and what you are doing.
My top 3 choices for engineering schools are UTK, Georgia Tech, and Vanderbilt University. One main reason for choosing these schools is because they each offer degrees up to a Ph.D. I am applying to UTK because I know it is a great school and has amazing professors. I love the campus and believe it would be a great school for me. I plan to apply to Georgia Tech because it is a huge well-known engineering school, and I believe it would provide me with many opportunities for growth. I also plan to apply to Vanderbilt because it would be amazing to attend such a prestigious college for engineering
I am interested in Hult because Hult has one of the most culturally diverse classroom environments. I love learning about new cultures and making friends and building friendships from all over the world. I really like the idea of rotation, not that many university have it. Three different big cities in one year nothing could beat these. Hult has a variety of degree choices that are very
The heart of New York City is New York University. By joining the network of NYU, I will be able to study at an institution that has a long tradition of academic excellence among private universities in the United States. Additionally, I will be able to be part of an internationally recognized learning network with locations all across the globe. It would be a pleasure to study at a globally recognized university. A friend of mine who is a recent graduate from NYU College of Nursing has praised the program and conveyed to me a very positive experience.
By coming to college, I have built better networking skills as well as better social skills. Early in the semester, I made it my mission to join different organizations on campus to refine myself into the person I wanted to become. It is one of my passions to help people, including myself, become the best version of themselves as possible. It 's easier to help my friends here on campus than the friends I have back home who didn’t go to
Going to a ‘good high school’ is really an important goal to set up a successful life. The people and education can help form what kind of person you will be as an adult, how you change your world for the better, whether on personal or global level. But what a good school is can mean many different things depending on what goals are set ahead for the high school years and beyond. I want to be accepted into a private high school, be involved and happy with the community, be pushed to achieve to my limits academically, and enjoy my time learning and experiencing the communities and people around me. My individual talents, interests, and ideas are parts of myself that I want to nurture and share with others.
The Culverhouse College of Commerce houses some of the brightest students here on our campus that aspire to one day be professionals in the real world. I consider it to be a privilege to be one of the 8,500 students, and it would be an honor to represent the college. I would love to pursue other students to experience Culverhouse through my role as an ambassador. The ambassador program will enable me to be more involved in my college, as well as share my wonderful experience with others. These two reasons are what ultimately motivated me to apply for this program.
“It was dusk when I got my first glimpse of it off in the distance, beyond a ridge. All I could see were the spires and blocky tops of buildings... My heart started to race, and my palms grew damp.” Walls, Jeannette. The Glass Castle: A Memoir.
New York is a great town, filled with new sights and old friends. One of the many things that Bullard TALENT did in my 7th grade year while in New York was sight-see. Bullard TALENT traveled all over the city, observing the busy residents and the famous landmarks, like the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, and Central Park. While all of these places were unforgettable, in my opinion, the best thing that we got to see was a Broadway production of Aladdin. It was truly amazing.
One of my favorite parts of Rutgers University is the ability to meet people that may live only 20 minutes away but have experiences that are a complete contrast to your own. During my first-year at Rutgers University I thought I knew what diversity was, I was raised in Jersey City, one of the most diverse cities in the nation, so when I came to Rutgers I did not expect to find more diversity. At Rutgers, I have had the opportunity to meet people that are not just diverse in culture but also in age and experience. Here I have met a non-traditional student who graduated almost a decade ago and came back to get a second degree after finding a new passion. I have had the opportunity to grow closer with intriguing people such as a triplet, a professional photographer, and a professor who is deaf but defied the odds