I’ve been a diabetic for over 15 years already, so I don’t even know a life without this chronic disease. Previously I’ve written about this in my story and in this post about the benefits of diabetes.
It’s that final project of the university degree, which takes lots of planning and work to execute. Through carrying it out, one should show their expertise in the chosen topic and the skill of completing thorough research in general.
So far it’s been a great student exchange. The university has been a big positive surprise, I love the Parisian atmosphere and getting to know new people from around the world is one of life’s greatest joys. BUT!
First I want to clarify that with “early employment” I mean working before you have a degree. I’m currently at this spot, where university studies and my work compete for my limited resources.
What a journey it’s already been! I’ve always loved to write. Ever since I was a young kid, I wrote small booklets with stories and also loved to draw. During the Finnish language classes I hated all the grammar studies, but when it was time to write small stories, I was in my element.
“It’s like dividing M&M candies according to color!” My life would be a complete mess without deliberate planning and prioritizing. There’s always so much going on in all the different areas of life and I must somehow control the flow of incoming tasks and the completion of these tasks.
Coming your way from someone who has started university in 3 different places! Starting university can be a really anxious event in a young person’s life. That was the case for me too.
Two weeks behind and 4 months ahead! How does a student exchange start? How do you meet new people when you go abroad?
Time to step up to the next stage! This feels like the next step in my personal life – I want to start speaking to crowds as soon as possible.
Time for my master’s student exchange! It’s finally here.