I am an absolute opportunist. I consider Bachelors in Architect to be the best move I can do for my career and I am extremely motivated to pursue it. I am motivated to study abroad in order to broaden my international outlook while simultaneously strengthening my professional abilitiesMy long-run objective is to achieve a senior managerial position in a large multinational corporation that markets, or preferably manufactures, commodities. My highest aspirations is to be one of those who establishes, or significantly advances, such a corporation.
I finished schooling from Little Flower School, which is one of the few educational stalwarts synonymous with gearing its students to become future leaders and carefully laying emphasis on all round development. I was moderate in my studies, having interest only in things that kept my brain active for new ideas at every next step. In school other than debates and interschool sports competitions, I took part in management teams responsible for smooth conduction of different events and functions in my school.
Besides extracurricular activities, I volunteered in schools social campaign teams for spreading awareness about traffic rules, protection of environment and helping orphanages and old age houses of our city by arranging clothes, foods and other basic needs for them. I believe that even a slightest contribution of love, knowledge, or social-awareness on an individual level will help towards making world a better place. I felt uncontrollable desire within me to take responsibilities and manage activities and people, while unknowingly I was sharpening the leadership and managing skills inside me for a bright future in managerial role.
I completed my Bachelor in Commerce with Majors in Accounts and Finance at Karim City College. Benefiting from the systematic and rigorous training in the course, I enhanced my analytical skills, which helped me to interpret complicated business issues, as I was also working as an accountant in a firm. My college academic commitment did not in the least affect my job involvements. On the contrary, those involvements served to develop and improve my management capacity.
I joined a firm, Ghosh Industries, as an accountant in the second year of my college. This step helped me to understand the challenges and complexities of professional the world and I got very fascinated with the strategies that my boss formulated to business dynamics and changes in consumers needs and expectations while steadily increasing the profits of the business in the competitive environment. Very soon, while still working as an accountant, his intelligence, managing skills and dedication motivated me to become someone like him. From then onwards, I started taking interest in the business, in addition to doing my designated job. Through my discussions with him, that I backed by research about the progress of the business and its management, helped him often in taking decisions. These lead him in making me his executive assistant.
As an executive assistant since one year, I have developed a solid foundation in teamwork and management skills. I work in a group of four members – my boss and two persons who are working as executive assistant. As a junior member of the team, I am able to contribute to the group in several ways including managing and accurately completing multiple requests with short turnaround times, gathering and conveying information from client, collecting and calculating data, maintaining databases, and strengthening my own foundation of knowledge to be used as a resource.
I believe that I can enhance these valuable knowledges only from Monash University. The course curriculum is exactly what I am looking for and I look forward to attain a deeper understanding of management concepts and be able to apply those concepts to real life business situations. I hope to improve my negotiating skills and to gain more experience in getting group members to carry their own weight. At the same time, I do not want to be a tyrant. To be effective, it is important for a manager to maintain the proper balance of power and compassion. Only in this way, will I be able to lead a team of people to realizing the goals of the firm.
There are also a number of things I looked into before choosing a Management course in Australia which are as follows
Studying management in Australia means that you will graduate with a high-quality, internationally recognized qualification, which can significantly improve your career progression at home or anywhere in the world. Australia has multiculturalism, which means you will have the opportunity to study alongside students from many different cultures, giving you a broad cultural perspective on management. You will also have the opportunity to study in an environment that merges Eastern and Western perspectives of business and management .Being one of the more august study destinations in the world, a harmonious incorporation of both practical and theoretical learning, is the trademark of Australian education. As far as career is concerned, the chances of Indians grabbing a high-paying job are expected to increase significantly in this era. Even though the costs of living in Australia is high (higher than United Kingdom, Ireland and USA for sure) the pay there is even higher! Australia offer one of the best average salaries in the world. In some job sectors, the payment is even higher one-week wage is the same as one month in UK/USA. Even with the higher living costs there, you could make as much as triple your average wage.