I wanted to write something personal to my blog as well, just to convince the readers that I’m actually not a robot, cranking out posts from the conveyor. Hence, I might as well write about my student experience in California State University of Fullerton, where I am finishing up my minor in International Marketing Management.
It has been a great journey. I have met a lot of nice people, and seen some must sees’ within the close range. Unlike my friends think, the exchange studies in here are not much of a holiday (compared to my previous experience in Spain in 2008-2009). Studying in here is a bit more guided, tied to schedules and attendance than it is in my home university, LUT. Studying in here requires a lot of time and effort.
But it has been worth it! The studies in here have been very intriguing and I have met so many nice people during my stay. It wasn’t like someone just asked me to come here and arranged everything, but it was a process that was in my mind for years and took six months of planning. I feel honored that I got the opportunity to study exactly what I wanted to, and so my minor consists of Strategic Internet Marketing, Marketing Information Technology, Retail Business Strategies and Consumer Behavior. I couldn’t have asked for better collection.
I’m excited about finishing up the studies, so that I can finally start traveling and experiencing things in here! I am also stoked about the internship opportunities there are in California and I’m looking forward to start mapping out the prospective employers in the area! Studies are not over yet though, as I’m still preparing for my last two consecutive exams tomorrow. While I’m writing this blog post, I have been in the library for 16 hours in a row, and it’s 5.30 AM. This describes pretty much the past couple of weeks I have had in here. So it’s time to go home take a couple hours of sleep and then back in business studies! Thank you CSUF!