Presently an undergraduate student, in the program BA (Honors) International Business Administration (BAIBA) in the Nottingham Trent University I know that you have an outstanding international reputation which producing highly employable graduates and I know that you develop the careers of professionals and that's why I'm applying for your MSc International Business Development.
Having held management and marketing positions during my internships placements and having acted as Assistant Manager on a young enterprise, I have innovative ideas that could make a very successful company. That's with I quickly realized that pursuing a management degree at university would be ideal for me. Hardworking, very motivated, open minded and always willing to learn more, I think I could contribute to keep ESC Clermont-Ferrand in the top of place in France for people looking for a good experience. Indeed, the excellent courses that you provide meet my academic needs and should offer me the opportunity to discover another way of thinking and working and allow me to further develop my skills in management. I am always keen to meet new people. I enjoy trying new foods to increase my knowledge of different cultures, and my culinary skills will prove very useful in independent university life. I enjoy travelling, and learning about modern history.
Furthermore I have always been a keen sportsman, representing my school in many sporting activities. I enjoy running, particularly competing in sprint races, but also long distance running as a means of keeping fit. I played also Football and tennis leagues outside of school.
[...] Send an e-mail to your Course Leader confirming that you have located your NTU email. Use a professional style _ Put a sensible subject title (include your programme BAIBA/ BAMM/BABF and any other relevant details). _ Do not use a generic subject such as “Hello ” or “Help”. _ Put your name at the end of your email (perhaps create a “signature”). _ Do not use text language or graphics. NB where possible always email us from your NTU email account. [...]
[...] o Find Content and check out what is there already (this will be added to regularly). o Explore the different Links. • Look at any other module areas that are active/live. • Access your timetable for week 11 and another week later in the 1st term (NB not all weeks are identical o Note down the time and place of o a lecture in week 11: mar. 09/10/2012, 13:00 - 14:00, INTB30660 Exploring Global Markets
[...] OPPORTUNITIES Personal • Experience abroad (allow me to develop myself) • Discover a new way of thinking • Easy to imbibe myself of the English culture • To be in contact with the cultural differences Education • Further develop my English • Be graduated and back to France with a double diploma (UK – France ) Career • Opportunity to interact with English company • Internship placement THREATS Personal Difficulties to adapt myself: Fail to soak up the culture and lifestyle of England. I'm a reserved person : don't take advantage of cultural difference to create a network. Education Many people are going to university due to lack of jobs so there will be more and more competition for work. Career Lack of jobs due to economic crisis. ➢ Current economic climate does not guarantee me a job when I will leave university with my degree. So I have to increase my work experience. [...]
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[...] Step 3 : January / February Continue working regularly participate in all lectures and seminar. Start the “England road trip” during the weekend. Send cover letter and document for my internship in Australia and for the master of the ESC Clermont 2013- 2014. Step 4 : March / April Start reviewing all courses, lectures and seminar of the year for the final exam Visit Manchester and Liverpool. Take the examination for the master in France Step May / Jun Revise and pass the examinations Appendices BICL REFERENCING QUIZ p 13 INTB 30613 - IT WORKSHEET – 2012/13 p 15 HARVARD STYLE BIBLIOGRAPHY p 17 BICL REFERENCING QUIZ Name: Sébastien Escalier Total score: 1. [...]
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