Luckily, I met a senior who is graduated from the UCL and we had a very enjoyable talk. She shared a lot of personal experience of learning chemistry. After this meeting, I returned home, recalled her advice and thought over the matter more carefully and roundly. Ultimately, I came to the conclusion that my interests in chemical properties and origin of life would best be explored in a double major of biology and chemistry.
My enthusiasm for anthropology and academic research was initiated when I was in high school, and it keeps increasing throughout my undergraduate and graduate studies. My career goal is to pursue anthropological research where I’m able to contribute my lifelong passion and energy. For this reason, I’m applying to the doctoral program in anthropology at Queensland University to gain the comprehensive academic training needed for an anthropology profession.
Why should I apply to UCL? The first reason is the research topic that attracts me. Then it is located in central London. This great location possesses multi-culture and easy access to the advanced London health service. And I can have more chance to study in the hospitals - UCL offers the study opportunity of clinical services at University College London Hospitals (UCLH) and the Royal Free Hospital.
To date, my leading internships were in real estate at XXX Real Estate company, wherein I learned about real estate investment development and financial investment mergers and acquisitions; other prominent internships were at XXX Bank and XXX Security Service Company. I learned that investment in any market entails exploring the company’s history, product status, financial and legal affairs, profitability, risk resistance, development prospects, industry prospects, and economic policy environment. I found all of this quite intriguing, furthering my resolve to pursue this subject area.
Furthermore, I am sure to be an asset to your programme and, thus, the institute. My 7-year US education and extensive internship experience have provided me with a strong academic foundation and global vision, equipping me with unique insights into various sectors of the business world—all of which will serve as vivid examples in class discussion and projects.