Since being young, I was raised up and educated in a disciplined environment by my beloved father. Therefore, I have a habit of making detailed plans for things to do. My dream has always been studying abroad so that I would become a pharmacist. In the following sections, I will draw a picture about my dream school in terms of academic and career goals.
Firstly, my primary academic goals include two periods. The undergraduate program (Bachelor of Science) commences in September, 2013. This is an ideal path that prepares students for the professional programs such as Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy. I have nurtured the dream of being a pharmacist since I was a 14 year-old girl. The next phase of studying is to win a seat to the Pharmacy program offered by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Thus, completing a one-year program of general BS.c along with the completion of prerequisite requirements would give me an unrivalled chance of being admitted.
Secondly, my career goals consist of two terms. In the short term, after completing my studies at the UofA, I would be confident to apply to an international pharmaceutical company in Vietnam and work conscientiously. In the long term, my another goal would be to keep ongoing learning to sharpen the skills of an good pharmacist. This would enable me to help others and positively contribute to the primary health-care in my rural community. Moreover, I want to devote myself to charity activities in local areas to help the poor and street children as my motto is “Helping people first”.
In my research, University of Alberta is one of Canada’s top teaching and research-based universities. By studying in modern facilities and an international environment, I do believe the University of Alberta could fully unleash my potentials.