Ash Kumar - My JMSB Classmate experience
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Another important factor in me deciding to study at the John Wharton School of Business was a diverse experience that one games from the classroom talking about my classmates. I have been lucky to meet people from all over the world. Experiences that these people have provided me are definitely something that I would like to cherish for the rest of my life, as I learned from them, as well as the insights into international markets. Now, as I talked about earlier, I have actually lived and worked in over 25 countries. Learning from peers from those countries is a completely different experience. The way these people make strategic decisions about life and just about everything definitely add a lot of value to my experience and will help me forward in life when I really love about my classmates. When I encountered some problems in the beginning of my semester, they were very helpful and very insightful I started my NBA last winter in training, training, and the orientation is held about a week after into the program. That's where I met all of my fantastic classmates that I talked about. Another inspiration for me is the passion that these people share for business as well as for life. I've had the privilege of traveling over to back as much as possible with the pandemic regulations, of course, along with my classmates, and this is an experience that I wouldn't trade for anything in life. I mean, we work hard, we play hard er, at the end of the day of and you are done with your classes and your lectures and your exams. Even as I struggled in the beginning and some finance classes since I did not have a finance background, I was able to succeed absolutely fine with the help of my fantastic classmates. As the president of the N B. A Society of John Molson School of Business, I've also had the privilege of working with very esteemed people from the local network, which has definitely helped me expand my network here in Canada as incoming students. I advise everybody to get as much gold as possible in these experiential activities and clubs.