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personal statement for cambridge University graduate admission
Finance & Accounting
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Question 1: Career Goals and Future aspiration, Please give an outline of your future career plans and intentions and explain how your proposed studies in Cambridge will help to achieve these aims. (300 words) Cambridge Mphil will be able to help me achieve all my goals through its unique mentoring program that allows students to concentrate on working with real estate and finance immersion programs that will open up an opportunity to to gain a practical understanding of the relationship between the real estate and finance markets.
Hopefully working as a business analyst who specializes in corporate governance and due diligence. I should have worked my way up the corporate ladder by the age of 45. I expect to be working as a financial manager for one of the large UK firms by this time. Biding my time until the age of 50 when I see myself as finally landing my dream job of Vice-President of Finance for a major corporation that shall be determined as my career advances. My plans include retiring at the age of 60 while dabbling a bit in non-executive advisory positions on various board of directors for companies I previously worked with. I am honestly looking forward to being able to mentor the up and coming real estate and finance professionals at that time and sharing my wisdom gained from work experience with them. I might even work as a part-time teacher just to keep my financial juices flowing while I am in retirement. After all, it is important to give back to the community by helping to train those who will be the future business titans of New Zealand. ...
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