Jasmeet Singh - Advice for International students considering MMI
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Uh, anyone who is in clash of student and is listening to this. It's probably because you come from a different country. You come from a different culture, then you work with the mm I And never mind the close knit group, the 35 students, uh, meeting literally every day for the next eight months. So it definitely teaches you toe adapt to different surroundings pretty quickly. This is something that you need to be successful is that you need to be adaptable to different situations, especially with ever my the job scenario would change. How do you make sure that you leverage all of that while you're applying for jobs and most of the times you might not even get the job and that za common thing with every other courses that you don't get a job from for your interest? But how do you make sure that you leverage your story, your background and provide great impact, whatever job you're getting and drive that journey yourself? So you are in the driver's seat and not everybody else. So being flexible is something that I think is going to be very, very, very important for you to be successful in this program. I did Engineering was working as a consultant, engineering consultant. I ended up doing, uh, well, internship with the biomedical form. I used my engineering skills for the Biomet form toe do market research toe develop new products on. That's the beauty off this program is that no matter what your background, this it actually prepares you to work in our idea of fields and work with the variety off people with different backgrounds, which is definitely something that will make you successful. So in all thes air, just like some four key take of is that I think I got from the program that has helped me be successful with my internship on with my role as a management consultant on bond.