This will enable me pursue my dream career and enable me to make significant contributions in the area of study.
My educational qualifications are outstanding and in line with the requirements for the Masters in Agriculture Economics. I attended Bashu High School in China between September 2006 and July 2009 and got my high school degree. Since I am a foreign student, I studied English as my second language at the Central Center for English as a Second Language (CESL), University of Arizona between January 2010 and May 2010. I hope to complete my Bachelor, Major in Agriculture Economic and Management, Minor in Japanese and Administration management between August 2010 and May 2014 (expected). This proves that I have the intellectual capabilities to pursue the Masters in Agricultural Economics.
Additionally, I have pursued other courses that are related to the field of agricultural economics that will positively towards my course. These courses make up important aspects of the course I need to study. These courses include future goods, financial management in agribusiness and a biology plant course (James, 2013). This goes ahead to prove my extensive knowledge in agricultural economics. I have two years experience in weed control, proficiency in English, Japanese and Chinese. I am also highly skilled in various computer applications and this will help me in conducting research in various topics in the agricultural economics.
My work experience as an accounting assistant in Accountant assistant Chongqing Bank between June 2010 and December 2010 helped me gain valuable lessons in the field of economics and also enabled me to develop teamwork and leadership skills. I was also a leader of the Agricultural Club in high school and this further developed my interest in Agriculture.
I enjoy outdoor activities and sports and this has facilitated how I manage my time between learning and extra- curricular activities. I have been able to combine sports and excel in