By now, you must have read about my first day at Ashoka U Exchange 2018.
This blog is the extension of my first blog entry and will reflect on Day 2 and Day 3 of Ashoka U Exchange 2018.
Day 2 started with the Changemaker Campus Designation Ceremony where 9 universities were awarded Ashoka U Changemaker Campus. It was followed by four keynote speakers who were Fagan Harris, Sarah Hemminger, Imran Khan and Casey Woods and who discussed ‘Is Empathy Dead?’.
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Have you ever travelled the United States in 2 days??? Well, I just did.
You must be thinking that I am crazy but it actually happened in April where I had a wonderful opportunity to travel to Boston from Australia (Melbourne).
Let’s begin the story of my journey…….
It was the morning of 4th April 2018 when I travelled to Sydney from Melbourne where I met other friends who were travelling with me to Boston, Massachusetts. So, to be more precise, we travelled from Sydney to Los Angeles (which was the first international flight to the USA), Los Angeles to Atlanta and finally Atlanta to Boston. So, after 36 hours of flight and transit time, we arrived in Boston.
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How much knowledge do you have about the area of your study? Do you know your industry well? Do you know the job market for the area of your study? What would your answer be if you were asked these questions in your interview?
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What will you cherish when you graduate?
Your studies? How about your assignment? Perhaps not, I think you will miss the moments you spent with your friends.
It might be the first conversation you had, the first gossip you shared, laughter that was so loud that the lecturer had to remind you that you were in a class, late night assignments talks, the conference you attended together, the clubs you went with your friends, the new cuisine you both tired and many more.
But perhaps like me, you had a problem making new friends when you started your university life in a new country for the very first time.
Continue reading The beauty of finding friends while studying overseas
When I was in school one of our teachers asked us “What do you want to become in the future?” Many answered a doctor, engineer, pilot, teacher or air hostess and so on. But I was different from those children, I said I wanted to work in a bank.
This aspiration led me to study commerce in my high school and Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) as an undergraduate degree. But, BBA was a diverse scope and I wanted to focus on one area. I was in a dilemma which field to choose. Them I came across Master of Professional Accounting at CQUniversity. Following are some of the reasons I chose Master of Professional Accounting (MPA) as a post-graduate degree out of many options.
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Time flies! It’s been almost 8 months that I flew from Kathmandu my hometown to a beautiful paradise called Melbourne. So far life has been like a roller coaster with many bumps and highs. However, I am loving Melbourne although the life in Kathmandu and Melbourne is quite different.
In this blog, I will be sharing about the how my life was in Kathmandu and how my life is now in Melbourne.
Continue reading How is life in Kathmandu versus in Melbourne?