University of London Graduation Ceremony 2016

University of London Graduation Ceremony 2016

November 7, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


I’ve flown from New Zealand
to be here today. I come from Hong Kong. I’m from Sri Lanka. I’m from London. I’m from Canada. -I’m from The United States.
-I’m from Malta. My country is Ghana. I started the programme when
I was living in South Sudan, and then I moved
to Papua New Guinea, and then I moved back to the States,
so it was a three-year experience, taking the programme. I think, the best thing about studying
with the University of London is the independence that you’re given. Having the freedom to do
things my way was brilliant. I’ve been doing the programme full-time
while working full-time, and having my family as well. It allowed
me the flexibility to do both. I think, the advice I’d give to
somebody considering distance learning is: A) definitely do it,
and B) plan your time carefully, spread out if you need to. I would advise anyone still studying
to just imagine yourself at your graduation ceremony and imagine how
proud you will be to say that you studied through the University of
London’s International Programme and just do it. It feels really good
to have reached graduation. It feels like a couple of years
of hard work have paid off, and I’ll finally getting
my qualification. It’s really exciting. So many people
from all over the world, and we can network with them. I couldn’t have missed
this for anything. It was just as they said –
it was memorable. I would recommend studying with
the University of London. The courses are great and
the structure of the learning is really helpful.
Itmakes it easy to do. I encouraged my husband to take
on the same programme, so he’s already registered with the LLB.
He should be doing his exams shortly. The University of London carries a
very good reputation and is also a well-known name if educational
institution in Hong Kong and in Asia. I’m sure I’ll have no problem
getting a job, using this degree. I feel part of a global connection
between different countries, so it’s a very international
and very exciting for me. It’s worth it. The degree that you
get, the experience that you get is always a challenge that you seek. So many people who are
Nobel Prize winners have finished the University of London,
so it’s an honour. It feels good and I feel proud to
be a part of this organization. I’m proud to be an alumni
of the University of London. It’s great to have an award from
such a prestigious university.