It is with great interest that I am submitting this letter for a position in the Summer Internship Program at the University of Tokyo, Kashiwa. I had been searching extensively to find a research internship program since last month, and I was delighted when I found that such a prestigious university is offering a research internship program. After thoroughly exploring my options, I have decided that, I am very interested in being a part of the Signal transduction laboratory of Department of Integrated Biosciences. As I am a student of Pharmacy at North South University, I have learnt all aspects of life sciences- microbiology, medicinal chemistry, biotechnology and pharmacology to say the least. I was always interested in healthcare and wanted
All in all, studying biomedical science in a university like deakin would be very exciting, knowledgeable and rewarding for me. upon the completion of my course, i would like to come back to my home country, India and can enter a vast number of health related industries including medical research, genetic engineering and labortary technology. and if i get a chance i would like to advance to honours or postgraduate studies, either in more specialised areas of biomedical
I feel that graduate study is essential to give me the preparation necessary for a planned career in my chosen field. I found that I was more interested in applying my knowledge practically and wanted to choose a field, which gave me this privilege. To satiate my curiosity and to fulfill my ambitions, I have decided to pursue a master's program in Production Systems Engineering. The need for exposure to a wider environment has prompted me to seek an opportunity to study in the RWTH Aachen University. A degree from a University like RWTH Aachen university would serve as a solid base for a successful career in engineering.
The experience enhanced my inter-personal and presentation skills. With a view to acquiring more knowledge and developing requisite skills, after youth service, I applied and was accepted for graduate internship and later employed as a research technician in the Bioscience Centre of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA). One of my colleagues opportunely informed me about the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship scheme for First class holders and encouraged me to apply. My research experience and impressive academic results helped secure the scholarship to study for a master 's degree in Molecular Plant Science at the University of Bath, United Kingdom. It was a unique opportunity to leave my home country for the first time for graduate studies abroad.
One of the most popular areas of study at PNU is international business and as a student seeking a career in such a profession, what better place to further my education then PNU. South Korea has been a place I’ve wanted to study since my freshman year of high-school. The financial aspect overruled, and I placed my dreams on the back burner. Instead I did running-start and graduated at my local community college with my Associates Degree, then transferred over to EWU. Constantly, looking for an opportunity to study
This survey was conducted only on the students who are planning to study abroad (including their parents), providing a compelling and convincing evidence. This is a typical pair of push-pull factor that drives students to study abroad: the unsatisfying educational system in China “pushes students out” and the higher quality of education in other countries “pulls students in”. China is very famous for its rigid education system, starting from primary school, students are taught to obey everything teachers say and not having their own thoughts in order to get to good grades, and everything they had done since primary school, is to perform well in the Gaokao (the Chinese version of the SAT, with only one chance) and get them into a good university. Also, the Chinese educational system focuses only on the scores, instead of the cultivation multifaceted students. Even in the high school affiliated to Renmin University, one of the best high schools in China, teachers in the main campus were relatively open-minded compared to those of other schools, yet they still discriminate students whose talents are not studying and who participates in school activities a lot.
These are all critical skills and attributes for success in the world of today. - Nanyang Technological University Rankings: In the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014, NTU is ranked in the top 50 universities for 17 subjects, with three subjects in the global top 10. In the broad subject categories, NTU's Engineering & Technology moved up by 14 positions to 14th in the world, 3rd in Asia; Social Sciences moved up by 20 positions to 36th in the world, 6th in Asia; Natural Sciences moved up by 43 positions to 55th in the world, 11th in Asia; Arts & Humanities is ranked 13th in the world; Life Sciences & Medicine is ranked 25th in Asia; Education is ranked at 14th position in the world, 1st in
I am the first graduate of my locale with a degree from University of Dhaka, the highest educational institution of Bangladesh. My father is a farmer and did not finish the high school but had a keen interest for education and always inspired me to take the highest degree of education. That is why my future plan is to be a successful researcher with teaching as my primary focus. Through extensive research I want to enter into the depth of my field of interest and contribute to the welfare of
My computer skills have also been put to use during the period of study, where I acquired proficiency with using Arc GIS, Petrel, ENVI, Corel draw, Rock Work, Surfer, IP(Interactive Petrophysics) and Microsoft Office. Study Plan in China: During my studying in China, I plan to maximize my Chinese experience by taking classes in Chinese language, grammar and Chinese characters. I would also like to take several classes in Chinese literature. Moreover, during my studies in China I will give my 100% to come up to the mark for full filling the expectation of professors, conducting research work with my all heart and will maintain a cooperative attitude with my fellows. Having the chance to study in China will be a great benefit for me as a Petroleum Geologist, and will further my knowledge of Petroleum industry.
International students have in recent years come to constitute a large proportion of the worldwide student body in the higher learning institutions. There is hardly any country that is unaffected by the presence of international students in its institutions of higher learning (Paige, 1990) (As cited in Lackland, 2000). As a result, this leads to my two research topics. The first one is “Do international students feel difficult to adapt into school social life with locals?” and the second one is “Are most of international students more hardworking than the local students?”. Why is it so important to study these topics about international students?