Hnin Nwe Nwe
The subjects I have learned here, are satisfactory and applicable to my future profession. I have very supportive lecturers and interactive tutors in my course and they are from a wide range of background. I easily make appointment to them every time because they are warmly welcome to me. The two-hour lectures are never boring with the bubbling learning engagement. Apart from the lecture time, there are lots of learning resources which are technical support, silent areas for individual study and large rooms for group study, online library services and huge libraries with a wide range of books. I have a lot of classmates whose interest are the same. It is unforgettable that we learn together, share our experiences and provide the constructive peer-feedback for better performance. Such link between the like-minded classmates will lead my brighter profession life. All staff, particularly from the international student centre, Ask Adelaide, accommodation service and security, provide a lot of support to my wonder university student life. I easily find how enthusiastic students are involved in their study-life balance in the Hub Central, this encourage me to have a vibrant campus life.
I enjoy cutting-edge learning in spacious learning centre like Hub Central and the Barr Smith Library. Also, mixed culture of the eastern and the western is incredible when I made friends who come from different continents. Campus life packed with social and sport clubs (Adelaide University Union, tennis club) is perfect.Hnin Nwe Nwe
Why did you choose your degree?
The reason I chose the master of education is that I found these facts in Adelaide University website. A wide variety of courses in the master of education program website was thrilling to me. The courses I found fascinating, were “curriculum development and innovation, online learning, pedagogical engagement and learning, and neuroscience in education”. The design of this master degree program was entirely satisfactory to promising educationists like me.
Why did you choose to study at the University of Adelaide?
Firstly, I want to stay and study in Adelaide which is a city of festivals and a lovely city with mild climate.
Secondly, among the famous universities in Adelaide, this University of Adelaide is one of the most prestigious university and the third oldest university. The University is in the heart of Adelaide. The university’s North Terrace Campus life where my school of education is fabulous. So I wanted to study in the historical-building environment. The university’s ranking in the top 1% of the worldwide universities. I have already known as this university is the fatherland of the famous scholars. I also want to be a scholar like them. Also, the global learning experiences is very attractive to me.
In the university, there are wide range of program related to education (master by coursework, master by research, master of education and master of teaching). That is why I chose to study in the University of Adelaide.
What do you enjoy about your degree/time at uni?
I enjoy cutting-edge learning in spacious learning centre like Hub Central and the Barr Smith Library. Also, mixed culture of the eastern and the western is incredible when I made friends who come from different continents. Campus life packed with social and sport clubs (Adelaide University Union, tennis club) is perfect.
What do you hope to do in the future once you are qualified?
What I learned here, is effective and advantageous for the present transforming education program. I will undoubtedly contribute it to my work and my future study. So I am going to wholly take part the Education Reform Research Association in Myanmar. My ultimate aim is to become an educator or educationist who lead the applicable education system for the developing country.