May 31, 2010

some final views 4

someone, from the internet, asked me. i m studying in english and i wanna study my MSC in the UK. the agent reccomends MBE to me but i wanna be an interpreter or an asisstant in the future. do u think i should accept it?

i answered, y not? in MBE, u can learn sth different and it can affect ur future choice in some level. in MEB u can study six sigma and KBAM, which i thin quite useful. u wanna be an interpreter now, but it can be changed some yrs later. y not study more, learn more, and see more?

in real life, some ppl cannot manage their assets well, even if the assets are just some houses or flat that rent to others. i think, u can be an artist or an engineer for money, but if u have some knowledge in other fields, they can bring u some extra money, and ppl might look at u differently, because u r out of their expectations.

if that person can study in MBE and KBAM, i think her life, might be changed. maybe she wont work for an engineering comany, but the knowledge in asset can benefit her, even for her life and family.

whatever nevermind


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