Learning New Things.

Our first semester is coming to an end. Time is really flying these days. I am so eager and look forward to the next two weeks, when all is said and done, I will have one month free!!!

I heard from many former students that the first semester is the hardest semester of the course.  If what they said it right, I am about to overcome the hardest part of the course in the next two weeks!!!

After nearly four months studying here, I have learnt a lot from my classmates and my Team-mates.  There are two characteristics of my classmates that I really wish that I can apply to myself and they are the way they manage time and their self-discipline. Hopefully, I can be more disciplined and better in managing my time, even it takes time to achieve these skills, I will do my best.

I have gone through one-third of my UCD Smurfit MBA course. Hopefully, in eight months’ time, the day I leave Dublin and take the flight back to Vietnam, I will have learned many new things in comparison to the day I left Vietnam some five months ago.

Trang Do.

FTMBA 2014.

Week 3

The thing that impresses me the most after three weeks studying in the full–time UCD Smurfit MBA class is the support of my group-mates for me.

Remember the first time we met as a group at a Sunday evening at Horse Dark Bar for the team charter, I felt comfortable when I left the bar after the meeting, but also in that night when I came back to the campus, I did talk to myself that “Everything always seems to be very good at the beginning but let’s see what happens at the end”. Sorry my team mates for having these thoughts but I have some experience on my own about this issue.

Three weeks gone, and it seems to me that my initial thought right at the time when I left the bar is right. I have received lots of support from my group mates. I also learn a lot from my group mates’ seriousness and their hard- working as well.

Trang Do.

FT MBA 2014