My commitment in enrolling in masters in MBA reflects an investment in my future that will help fill my knowledge gap, as well as offer a platform for the next step in my career. MBA is probably the widely recognized and the best course sought after management qualification. With the obligation of interacting with different cultures worldwide, this course would provide me with a practical hands-on experience that will prepare my career after the university. Management is a key tool in any field of study and challenges are also bound to occur. However, enrolling in this course will make me a better professional and develop my potential and finally realize my career dreams. Developing a career as Berman (2013) writes, requires cross-cultural interaction. I have the ability to express personal opinions and ideas. This is significant for succeeding in an environment where interpretation of opinions and ideas of other people is instrumental.
In particular, good communication has assisted me during my foundation year as a student in UK. I worked as part of a multicultural group and most recently conducted an anthropological research project that has also upgraded my cultural knowledge and interaction. The research project included designing a survey using a questionnaire to be completed by the local people we approached in the city center of Cambridge. The study findings were presented using PowerPoint presentation and indeed working with such a group was highly rewarding.
Currently, I consider enrolling for an MBA course with a realistic time frame to fully enjoy and appreciate my studies. Indeed, one of the most activities I enjoy in my professional life is empowering other through leadership. Leading groups provides me the opportunity to to develop my colleagues and enhance their skills. Having successfully captained a tennis team and spearheaded my research project, I consider the potential traits of leadership that has provided me with the ability to significantly lead in various capacities. As such I have developed a sincere interest in leadership, and in particular, running groups. Likewise, enrolling for MBA course is essential for fulfilling my business and financial career dreams. Besides, my personal quality incorporates high standards of respect, commitment, and attitude to work, good communication and proven ability to make good judgments, be innovative and work well under pressure. Therefore, having evaluated my career interest, I believe it would be an interesting idea to shift from architectural to MBA.
I consider MBA a comprehensive career as even the traits of leadership, financial management, and the entire business world is intertwined with any career, architecture included. I have a good time in UK Cambridge University because of the teaching quality and the highest professionals standards f the courses offered. Besides, I believe the UK your MBA teaching in strengthened by world-class research that provides postgraduates authoritative and innovative approaches to theory and practice (Stelzer, 1997).