Please Describe Why You Would Like To Study In The Us

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A significant part of self-actualization is exact defining what you want and how you can reach it. In these terms, university experience plays a big role in our life: chosen faculty discerns interests, social atmosphere determinates future adaptation in the society and University location defines opportunities for future development. Considering these terms, I decided that I would like to try something new and not to study in my home country, so I entered Russian University. My experince here was really amazing: I have met a lot of interesting people, tried many things I was afraid to do and for the first time tried to live without parents. But sometimes I think I could go a little bit ...view middle of the document...

Not as it's written in books, but as I found it out myself this summer, when I was lying in the bare steppe under the sky full of stars, understanding how much I love everything around me. That night has showed me that I love Kazakhstan because it's worth it, not because I was told so. With this in my mind I would like to share this idea of patriotism with others. I wish to tell about my country that I love and to listen to others. Also, I can tell about my Russian experience and how wonderful Syberia is. Studying abroad usually means that student becomes a piece of his own country somewhere else and it's really important to show the country under the right angle to strangers. And I feel like I am ready to take this responsibility.
Equally important, studying in American University will broaden my education. That will be another aspect of my evolvement. Totally different system of teaching, new subjects and just an experience of studying not in my native language will make my mind flexible and naturally will prepare me for the future job. Well-established education is always desirable for acceptance...

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