I would love to be highly knowledgeable in that field, I therefore engage myself in a constant battle against ignorance and mediocrity.
Life experience has taught me that success does not just happen overnight, that it is mostly a function of hard work. I have therefore learned to give my work my all, to put effort so that it speaks for itself. During high school, l worked and studied for countless hours to earn a 3.7 GPA knowing that l would need it in order to gain acceptance to a college with a strong business program. Once l was accepted into Isenberg School of Management, at the University of Massachusetts, l carried this work ethic with me, earning a 3.6 GPA which was close to my target. This strengthened my drive as l realized l can live my dream if l set goals and worked towards achieving them.
It was in the actual work environment that l discovered my true passions. In college, I was fascinated by both the corporate and investment sides of the world of finance. During those years, l was able to acquire a corporate finance job with liberty mutual, which was to begin in the month of July following my graduation. However, l graduated in December. During this time gap, l took up an investment job for a ledge fund group with investor's Bank until the time came when l could begin my program with liberty mutual. When working for liberty mutual, l realized just how much l enjoyed my days of evaluating investment funds at investor's Bank. Six months with liberty mutual was all it took for me to know that l had a deep interest in investment evaluation. I left liberty mutual and referred to investor's Bank.
This desire to work and excel in the field of investments has pushed me to pursue a master of finance BC's MSF Program is a well-designed curriculum of in-depth exposure to various subjects in finance taught by world renowned finance faculties in on institute with global recognition. I would like to do a fundamental analysis concentration in order to expand my knowledge of analytical techniques in investments from reading BC website the concentration seems very interesting and it would develop my knowledge in topics like, enterprise value, free cash flow, economic value added, risk/ reward analysis and art of the management interview. Moreover, I am studying for level 1 CFA exam for December and a BC curriculum would support the knowledge l would get so that eventually l would have comprehensive information and enhance my capabilities.
My priorities right now are to pursue a master in finance and also as many courses as possible that are relevant to my career as possible. This will enrich my specialization in the area of investments. It is not just about pursuing knowledge but also proving myself not only academically but also in the field. I will also keep up with information in the dynamic and turbulent world of investments. Am hoping that all these objectives will enable me to live my long-term career plans which include: working in the investment field. Not just working but shaping it, by incorporating my creative ideas and influencing performance of the capital market. I would love to become an investment gun, someone of authority in that l would even be a point of