What is the best thing about your programme?
“The best thing about our programme is that it has diversified, multidisciplinary modules that deal with different subjects such as economics, culture, language, administration, social sciences, politics and so on. The University has clearly endeavoured to make the programme successful.”
Why did you choose the specialisation in Sustainable Service Management?
“I did my Bachelor’s in business administration, and when I read about the Sustainable Service Management programme, I realised that this specialisation would develop my skills remarkably and that it would give me the opportunity to deepen and widen my academic understanding of sustainability in relation to management.”
What do you think of the teaching style?
“The teaching style is diversified, helpful and manageable. Despite the fact that it was tough in the beginning, the various methods and techniques that are used by our teachers are wonderful. We get extensive knowledge, which allows us to communicate effectively with our colleagues as well as with our teachers. My impressions of the teaching process at Lund University are positive.”
What are you planning to do after your studies?
“I would like to pursue my studies and complete a PhD programme in the same field if possible. Otherwise, I would like to work as an officer in the field of sustainable management and become actively engaged in the academic arena.”
What do you do in your spare time?
“I read a lot about topics such as philosophy, politics, and humanitarian issues and crises. I also have many friends that I have wonderful academic discussions and debates with. I train a lot too, kickboxing in particular.”
What is it like to live in Sweden and what have you learned from it so far?
“Sweden is a wonderful country; people are educated, tolerant, polite and understanding. It seems that the Swedes have struggled a lot to create such a wonderful country with a very strong welfare system. I wish that other countries around the world would adopt the Swedish way of life in terms of education, economics and politics. I think the most wonderful things about Sweden are the Swedish democracy and feminism. I have noticed that feminism is reinforced and this is indicative of development and equality.”
Do you have any advice for students considering to study at Lund University and Campus Helsingborg?
“I would recommend everyone to study at Lund University; it has a great reputation and the teachers are well qualified and work hard to provide the students with knowledge. I would advise prospective students to work hard and benefit from the advanced knowledge the teachers provide us with.”